Can the Mid-2013 Macbook Air display on two non-thunderbolt monitors?
I've read that the Macbook Air (Mid 2012 and later) can support Two Thunderbolt displays but I was just curious as to how the daisy chaining works with this (as they only have one Thunderbolt port - I think).
Also, is this limited to only Thunderbolt monitors or can I do it with two HDMI monitors?
And does anyone know if this includes the 11" Macbook Air? I think it does...
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Yes it can... If you buy a separate cable which is "Thunderbolt to VGA" cable it will connect to a Television or projector. Although, if you possess an Apple TV, you may use AirPlay to wirelessly extend screens or duplicate it. Hope this helps...
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