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The MSTMDP123DP Mini DisplayPort 1.2 to DisplayPort MST hub lets you connect up to three DisplayPort monitors/projectors to a single Mini DisplayPort (1.2) output on your Ultrabook, Laptop, or Desktop computer.
The hub splits a Mini DisplayPort 1.2 output into three separate DisplayPort signals - enabling your computer for high quality multi-monitor applications such as a video wall, extending your desktop, or mirroring your primary display to additional monitors or projectors.
With separate image outputs and resolution support up to 2560x1600 for two displays, and 1920x1200 for a third display, the DisplayPort MST hub allows monitors connected through the hub to operate individually with the exact same performance as the Mini DisplayPort 1.2 graphics card on your computer.
The MST hub is compatible with Intel Thunderbolt, when connected directly to a supporting DisplayPort over Thunderbolt I/O port. You can also use DisplayPort video adapters with the MST hub, enabling you to output the additional video signals to HDMI, DVI, or VGA displays.
The MSTMDP123DP supports plug-and-play installation for a hassle-free setup, and is backed by a StarTech. com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
Perfect for spanning a spreadsheet/worksheet across all three displays, to avoid side-scrolling.
If the device is plugged in before the computer is at the login screen, it will not work.
I simply returned the product to the retailer in Canada and am taking the 25% restocking fee as a hit for a product that many people complained doesn't work.
I'm driving two monitors at 1920x1200 with no current plans for a third one, but have that option if I need it.
Using this with my Microsoft Surface Pro 3 i5 hooked up via the Microsoft docking station and two AOC monitors and it does a great job of letting me span my desktop across two... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Robert Stinnett