The TripleHead2Go Digital Edition External Graphics eXpansion Module from Matrox is an external device that lets you drive three displays, each at up to 1280 x 1024 resolution, from a single VGA or DVI port. This allows you to drive three digital or analogue displays from a laptop or from a desktop that only has one monitor connection. This is a great choice for anyone who would like to quickly and easily add triple monitor capabilities to their notebook or desktop PC.
A triple monitor configuration can help enhance productivity when working. You'll find it much easier to work with multiple documents and windows at the same time, allowing you to more effectively multitask.
The TripleHead2Go can be used with a notebook or desktop computer with a VGA port. You'll be able to add two independent displays to your laptop or desktop from its monitor output. Your Windows desktop can be displayed on three 1280 x 1024 monitors for an impressive 3840 x 1024 resolution.
You can fit the TripleHead2Go in the palm of your hand. This allows you to take it where your notebook goes, giving you the ability to take advantage of triple-monitor displays wherever you have access to them.
The device is compatible with a wide range of notebook and desktop video cards. It supports most graphics chipsets by ATI, Intel and nVIDIA.
|Pixel Fill Rate||None|
|Computer Analogue||1x VGA Input|
1x DVI-I Input
3x DVI-I Output
|Multiple Display Configuration||1x VGA or DVI Input to 3x DVI-I Output|
1920 x 480
2400 x 600
3072 x 768
3840 x 720
3840 x 768
3840 x 800*
3840 x 960
3840 x 1024
2048 x 768
2560 x 1024
2720 x 768
2880 x 900
3360 x 1050 Windows only
|Digital||3840 x 1200|
|Max Resolution||3840 x 1200 at 58 Hz|
|Analogue (PC)||1x VGA|
|Digital (PC)||4x DVI-I|
|Supported Operating Systems||Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista (32/64bit), Windows XP (32/64bit), Windows Server 2003/2008 (32/64bit), Windows 2000, Mac OS X (10.4, 10.5, 10.6), Mac OS X Lion (10.7) and Linux|
|Software||Windows XP, 2000, XP x64, Vista; Mac OS X 10.4|
|Hardware||Compatible graphics chipset|
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