Matrox Dual Head 2Go Digital Edition (DVI) External Multi-monitor upgrade for Notebooks/PC's

Matrox Dual Head 2Go Digital Edition (DVI) External Multi-monitor upgrade for Notebooks/PC's

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Scan code: LN18918 Manufacturer code: D2G-A2D-IF Request call
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This external multi-display upgrade is a compact box which sits outside your system and connects to the VGA output of compatible notebook or desktop computers. The multi-display configuration delivered by DualHead2Go Digital Edition permits working with multiple full-screen documents or applications simultaneously-eliminating the need to constantly open, close, or minimize applications. It is the ideal solution for professional and business users looking for a simple and cost-effective solution to quickly increase their productivity.

Through patent-pending technology, the operating system detects the DualHead2Go Digital Edition as an ultra-widescreen monitor which is then split into two or more standard resolutions compatible with the attached displays. DualHead2Go Digital Edition also enables support for high resolution panels, offering a stretched desktop of up to 3840x1200 (or dual 1920x1200)* across two displays.
Features • Add two independent displays to your notebook or desktop system and create a fully symmetrical DualHead® setup.
• Run your desktop at up to 3840 x 1200 resolution stretched across two displays (1920x1200 per display) *.
• Harness the full graphics rendering power of your existing notebook or desktop computer. This includes the full video and 3D capabilities of your embedded graphics solution.
• Upgrade Intel integrated graphics on a desktop to DualHead® without opening the chassis of the computer.
• Matrox PowerDesk SE software (for Windows only) seamlessly manages window positioning and message pop-ups and offers the flexibility to select a wider range of resolutions, including support for widescreen and standard aspect ratios.
• Compact device that may easily be taken on the road with you.
• Can be used with either analog* or digital panels.
• Compatible with both Windows and Mac operating systems.




* System dependent. See compatibility list.
Specifications
Specifications
Chipset  
Chipset Features  
Memory Size  
RAMDAC Frequency  
Interface  
Connectivity 3 x D-Sub
Cooling Passive
Other Features None
Video Output Standards  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
MATROX
Telephone:
01753 665522
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