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Old 6th July 2007, 13:38   #1
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Default Matrox Triple Head2Go Digital Edition

It was over a year ago that I looked at Matrox’s TripleHead2Go – a
fantastic little device that enabled you to run three screens off a
single graphics output, with a maximum resolution of 3,840 x 1,024. Plug
it into a notebook and you could have those three screens in addition to
the notebook’s own - a four screen display, enough for even the most
desktop real-estate hungry user. What's it simply does it to present
itself to Windows as a single very large display, which you can then
divide up using the supplied software.<br><br>

There was one major drawback however, and that was that the device was
VGA only, which meant that all of your external displays would not be
quite as crisp and sharp as they possibly could be. Just to be clear,
the VGA output on a graphics card is analogue, while LCD displays are
inherently digital, so with a VGA version the display has to turn the
analogue input back into a digital signal, which makes for a slightly
less sharp image. With the new Digital Edition though, the entire path
remains digital, keeping the image clean, crisp and clear.

http://www.trustedreviews.com/displa...tal-Edition/p1
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2nd Review: http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...ital_edition/1

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On the whole, I am very impressed with the TripleHead2Go but there are some definite drawbacks that you might want to consider before taking the plunge. Not every game is supported and you can't guarantee that games you're wanting to play in the future will have support for the super-wide resolutions that the TripleHead2Go can handle.

Thus, if you end up in a situation where a game you've been dying to play isn't supported by the TripleHead, you'll be limited to playing on just one of the screens. If this was to happen, you'd feel a little short-changed because for the same amount of money, you could have picked up a single 24" widescreen display.
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