REVIEW: Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital Part 5
Using the desktop management settings, the user can determine how window, information and dialogue boxes behave.
Matrox PowerDesk-SE – desktop management
With the aid of the desktop divider, the connected monitors can be combined to form one large desktop or can be configured as independent desktops.
Matrox PowerDesk-SE – desktop divider (Click for enlarged view)
The configuration of the Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital functions without any problems thanks to the comprehensive, easy to use PowerDesk-SE software and it is like child’s play – as the advertisement promises.
The Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital can be run in dual mode with two LCD monitors and in triple mode with three monitors. Since most graphics cards can be connected to two monitors, we will concentrate on the use of three monitors in our test.
The maximum resolution possible is 3.840 x 1.200 pixels. If you want to divide the resolution amongst three monitors, then, three times 1.280 x 1.200 pixels would be possible. However, since there is no LCD monitor with this resolution, the logical solution is three LCDs with a native resolution of 1.280 x 1.024 pixels. Monitors with this resolution can be found in the 17- and 19-inch LCD classes.
The optimum combination in triple mode is three 17- or 19-inch LCDs with the smallest possible frames (Click for enlarged view)
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