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Matrox TripleHead2Go Three-Monitor Graphics Expansion - Digital Edition T2G-D3D-IF

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  • Run three independent monitors from your notebook or desktop computer even if that system only supports a single monitor output
  • Open a different application on each monitor or stretch one application across three monitors for the ultimate in Surround Graphics
  • Uses your system's existing graphics card to deliver a stable platform for office, 3D design, and multimedia applications
  • External device that won't void your system warranty.
  • Includes GXM Control Panel for Mac. PC and Mac compatible.
  • Includes Matrox PowerDesk software for Windows to manage message pop-ups and window positioning.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 5.5 x 1.1 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000RMQZ96
  • Item model number: T2G-D3D-IF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Detail Specifications Minimum system requirements - Dual-link DVI or single VGA output connector, on a compatible system - Microsoft Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows XP x64bit, Windows Vista and Mac OS X v10.4 - Display driver supporting 1920 x 480, 2400 x 600, 3072 x 768 or 3840 x 1024 resolution - Powered USB connector Product information - Dimensions: 10 cm x 14 cm x 3.2 cm - Weight: 280 grams - Connectors: 1x HD-15 (analog) for input, 1x DVI-I (digital) for input, 3x DVI-I (digital) for output, 1x USB for power Hardware included - TripleHead2Go box - One HD15-HD15 VGA cable - One DVI-DVI cable - One USB cable - Quickstart paper and CD Key features - Features a dual-link digital input for high-end workstations and DVI monitors. - Brings digital monitor support to systems with an analog (VGA) output. - Flexible device supports both dual-monitor configurations at a maximum resolution of up to 3840 x 1200 (2x 1920x1200) and triple-monitor configurations with a maximum resolution of up to 3840 x 1024 (3x 1280x1024) with digital or analog monitors. - Harness your existing graphics hardware full capabilities for 2D, 3D and video. - Experience Surround Gaming by expanding supported 3D games across three displays; achieve a much wider in-game field of view. - Experience Surround Graphics and execute your workload faster by expanding your desktop across three displays. - Includes Matrox Monitor Bezel Management software feature for an enhanced gaming experience Warranty - 1 year

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Customer Reviews

One video card driving three monitors!
Richard C
I made about ten attempts to call Matrox support for further assistance, and every time, the phone tree told me that the representative was on the phone.
I expected better
It probably won't work out of the box but before you get disappointed download the latest drivers and then it will work.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By PC on May 31, 2008
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I am running this on a 3 LCD setup. The center screen is a 24in Dell Widescreen and the two side screens are Samsung 22in widescreens.
Setup: This was easy. Just connect up all the cables as per the diagram in the manual. You will need to find an extra USB input point as this version does away with the AC power adapter.
After installing the software and switching on you might find everything squeezed onto you LH monitor. Dont panic. Just go to the setup options in the Matrox Powerdesk and ensure you have selected the largest resolution in the Edit Mode List screen. Use the transfer arrows to move the desired option into the RH box.
In Use: So far I have used the Triplehead with FSX and GTR 2. In both sims the difference is amazing. I am running 2 SLI'ed GTS8800 Nvidia cards although FSX only uses one the screen resolution across all three monitors is very good. Not perfect. There is room for improvement in resolution but over all I can not see myself wanted to go back to just the 24in Dell and 1920x1080. The Triplehead runs at 3840x1024 but that is over a lot of screen real estate. The big difference is in the large amount of peripheral vision and in the ability to plonk those windows showing radio stacks, GPS and throttle consoles anywhere. I do a lot less opening and closing windows. As for the car racing - it is mind blowing as you really feel you are in the car.Matrox T2G-D3D-IF Triplehead2Go Dual-Link Digital Input Digital Edition
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Lovin' retirement VINE VOICE on July 5, 2008
I originally bought the analog version of TripleHead2Go and was very happy with it but when the digital version came out I upgraded. I am currently using a 27 inch Samsung monitor in the center with 21 inch Samsung monitors on the right and left sides. When the pictures I posted were taken I was using three 21 inch Samsungs monitors and that worked really well as you can see but I wanted an even more immersive experience so I changed out the center monitor for a 27 inch. The pictures are from Lord of the Rings Online, Unreal Tournament III and one just using the triple monitors for normal day activities. I used to use the system to play World of Warcraft and it worked just fine. My home office is long and narrow so I wasn't able to back up enough to take a good photo to show all three monitors head on or how awesome the full effect is but you can get the idea from the pictures. For more detailed information on the TripleHead2Go please see my review on the analog version of TripleHead2Go, my opinions have not changed only gotten better. The bottom line is that this little piece of hardware really makes a major difference in playing games and every day computing :)
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By B. Grace on August 26, 2008
Great product. Does what it is supposed to do. Takes a little time to set up. The company website has lots of info to help troubleshoot. Recomend printing off instructions and some troubleshooting tips before installing. Difficult to read this info on your monitors when they are not working. Totally, completly satisfied. Best purchase ever.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By James Crosley on March 5, 2009
I bought this unit and put 3 Emprex 26" monitors on it and run at 3840x1024 desktop resolution.
Works as advertised and the only real complaint I have with the setup is that older applications/games don't allow for widescreen gaming. FlightsimX is stunning however. Well worth the cost in my opinion.

Jim
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Techwiz on March 21, 2012
Purchased my adapter in December. Works as advertised - using my Laptop and 3 additional 1920 x 1080 LED monitors. Business use mostly - played Skyrim but not in triple monitor mode as Matrox hasn't released the drivers and I haven't had time to hack into it myself to make it work right.

Long story short, on March 16th my adapter wouldn't power up (roughly at the 3 month mark). No light, no power, completely failed unit. As it uses usb power it cannot have been a surge - it was a failure. Be aware that to get any service at all you have to register your device with them online to get a customer ID number, then you have to track down a phone number or send them an email - they take days to respond to the email so calling is better. Once you call them and you get an RMA case number, you have to email another office. They will then respond to you that even though it is their equipment that has failed they needed a $150 deposit to ensure you will send them my failed unit, as well as needing me to pay any shipping if I wanted the replacement faster than 1 week later. After paying for overnight shipping over the phone FEDEX did not receive shipping info from Matrox for more than 24 hours.

I can tell you that I have come to depend on the extra monitors - I feel crippled now that they are no longer working. That is a testimonial as far as I am concerned. The unit works as advertised, just don't expect to put your newest games over 3 screens without some hackery on your part- they do not release drivers on a regular basis.

Their customer service is a travesty. If you call during their "lunch hour" nobody answers the phone at the RMA dept. Seriously? Yes, seriously. Every time I thought I had seen the worst of their service, they surprised me, and not in a good way. At least they are replacing the unit I guess.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By RUBEN on April 10, 2011
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THIS COULD BE A GREAT PIECE OF HARDWARE, HOWEVER YOU NEED TO LOOK TO COMPATIBILITY FOR YOUR ACTUAL SYSTEM, GO TO THE MATROX WEBSITE AND DOWNLOAD THE COMPATIBILITY TOOL BEFORE YOU BUY IT. YOU WILL FIND OUT IF IT IS THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT FOR YOUR SYSTEM.
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