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Matrox TripleHead2Go, Connect 3 more monitors to just 1 VGA out!

Matrox, a company that specialize in professional and business display
solutions has just released a device that could allow users to expand their
displays by adding 3 external monitors from just 1 standard VGA port. This
device tricks the system into believing that you have a large 3840x1024pixel
monitor connected, and works on just any PC (or even laptops!) “Matrox Graphics,
Inc., the leading manufacturer of graphics solutions for professionals, today
unveiled the new TripleHead2Go, a palm-sized box which uniquely allows a user to
add three 19″ monitors with a combined resolution of up to 3840×1024 and an
incredible 45″ of total diagonal to many workstations, gaming systems and
laptops — even if those systems only support a single display output”

Matrox, a company that specialize in professional and business display
solutions has just released a device that could allow users to expand their
displays by adding 3 external monitors from just 1 standard VGA port. This
device tricks the system into believing that you have a large 3840x1024pixel
monitor connected, and works on just any PC (or even laptops!) "Matrox Graphics,
Inc., the leading manufacturer of graphics solutions for professionals, today
unveiled the new TripleHead2Go, a palm-sized box which uniquely allows a user to
add three 19" monitors with a combined resolution of up to 3840×1024 and an
incredible 45" of total diagonal to many workstations, gaming systems and
laptops — even if those systems only support a single display output"

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