Matrox finally adds Mac compatibility to DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go
Although a few determined Mac users got the Matrox DualHead2Go functioning with their Mac mini already, despite the lack of official support from the manufacturer, it's nice to finally see some real Mac-love from Matrox.
The Matrox DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go allow you to connect two or three VGA monitors to select Mac desktops and portables. That's screen real estate nirvana for some of us and it's about freakin' time. Sure, DVI would be better, but I'll take what I can get at this point.
Mac OS X v10.4.x is needed and support is limited to a specific list of Mac models. Supported systems include:
MacBook Pro (Dual and Triple)
Mac Pro (Dual and Triple)
Mac mini (DualHead)
iMac 17-inch (DualHead)
iMac 20-inch (Dual and Triple)
iMac 24-inch (Dual and Triple)
Be sure to check the compatibility table for a list of supported resolutions on each system. The DualHead will set you back about $169 and the TripleHead is just under $300, so start saving your pennies now or ask Santa nicely to hook you up this year!
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