can i use a vga splitter so i can support up to 2 external monitors cos i would really want to and if i cant then it would be the last straw
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You can always use a VGA splitter, however it is only going to duplicate and distribute the same VGA signal to multiple monitors. This is ideal if you want to have multiple displays displaying the same thing (projector/monitor/laptop). This will not extend your display onto a second monitor.
- Answered by Anthony P from Harrisburg
- Mar 1, 2010
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I agree - you end up with the same image/work on each screen with no independent function. However I am in touch with Matrox a US company who have a hub which would enable 2 or 3 screens to be run off one thunderbolt port and the screens including the MBP retina screen will be able to be used independently or have work spread across all simultaneously.
- Answered by Kenny F
- Oct 4, 2013
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- Oct 29, 2009
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- Asked by Marcio T from Chicago
- Jul 3, 2012
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