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Matrox TripleHead2Go allows the connection of three monitors to one computer - Building on the award-winning DualHead2Go technology, Matrox is proud to present TripleHead2Go, a palm-sized box that uniquely allows you to add three 19inch monitors with a combined resolution of up to 3840 x 1024 and an incredible 45inch of total diagonal to your workstation.
The latest in Matrox's new series of Graphics eXpansion Modules (GXMs), TripleHead2Go delivers incredible productivity boosts to office work, Surround Design to workstation environments for professionals.
TripleHead2Go is not a graphics card but an external box that harnesses your system's existing graphics solution (including SLI) for rendering of all 2D, 3D and video, and adds multi-monitor support. TripleHead2Go appears to your system as an ultra-widescreen 3840x1024 monitor and simply connects to your computer via a standard analog VGA monitor cable. Using Matrox patent-pending technology, TripleHead2Go then splits the 3840 x 1024 Microsoft Windows desktop into three separate 1280 x 1024 screens of information, and displays across three independent 1280 x 1024 monitors. There is no image distortion and no scaling to the original raw pixels generated from the existing graphics accelerator.
Running 3D and DCC applications fully accelerated across three screens, known here as Surround Design, provides a tremendous benefit for 3D visualization and workflow management for cutting edge workstation users. Supplying maximum screen real estate, TripleHead2Go offers a significant productivity boost enabling support for an ultra-wide TripleHead windows desktop for use with professional applications. TripleHead2Go uniquely allows you to upgrade existing certified, mission-critical workstations to TripleHead displays for Surround Design without opening the PC tower case or installing a new graphics solution. Workstations based on a single graphics card or even workstation-class laptops can achieve three screen output.