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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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.
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Can it support a USB splitter?
- Asked by Richard H
- 29 Mar 2015
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How can this fit 10.5 and 10.2. Seems like it would be slightly to big for 10.2 I wouldn’t want it to be a little to big.
- Asked by Cindy S from Orlando
- 15 Dec 2019
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