How can I hook up three external monitors to my Mid 2014 13-inch MacBook Pro?

I was wondering if it was possible to hook up three external monitors to my mid 2014 13-inch MacBook Pro. I've seen it done with older versions but I'm not sure if any of the methods are compatible with the mid 2014 edition. Currently Its hooked up to two external monitor, one via thunderbolt and the other by HDMI. Would it be possible if I used a TripleHead2Go DP or something else? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

3 Answers from the Community

  • Answer

    I have a Macbook Pro Retina 15-inch, Late 2013 2.6 GHz i7 16GB RAM with NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2048 MB Video card.

    I am running 4 monitors.
    - 1 TB to 27" Apple Cinema Display (using Display port, non thunderbolt)
    - 1 TB to DVI Dell P2311H
    - 1 HDMI to DVI Dell P2311H
    - Built in Retina Display

    CPU and memory seem ok.

    • Answered by Jerry M from Renton
    • 10 8, 15
  • I'm not sure if MacBook Pro supports 3 monitors however I heard there is a way to run three monitors but your MacBook Pro screen will go black

    • Answered by Ali S from Dayton
    • 06 2, 15
  • You need a USB to HDMI adapter. This works great, I just hooked mine up. CPU usage with all 3 is at about 80%.

    • Answered by Meredith P from Scituate
    • 09 18, 15