Divide computer output across 2 displays

11/15/2005


HMI

DualHead2Go multi-display upgrade from Matrox Graphics is an external device that adds support for an extra monitor. It is compatible with a variety of laptops and other systems.

Montreal, Canada —DualHead2Go multi-display upgrade from Matrox Graphics Inc . is an external device that connects to the monitor connector of a computer and adds support for an extra monitor. Operating system treats the product like a monitor, supporting resolutions twice as wide as standard. Matrox's patent-pending technology divides the monitor output from the computer into two displays.
External upgrade is intended for adding an extra display to a closed, already validated mission-critical system or to computers with no available expansion slots. Applications include laptops, ultra-small form factor PCs, certain thin clients, and some embedded systems.
Setup doesn't require opening a computer, inserting parts, or replacing hardware or software for 2-D, 3-D, or video acceleration. Device includes support for Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP and is compatible with a wide range of laptops and certain other systems. View compatible and incompatible systems on the Matrox Website. Click here to access the list.

—Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jeanine Katzel, senior editor, jkatzel@reedbusiness.com





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