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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Tombs, Jun 19, 2012.
Can it be done? If so how and what will I need? Thanks for any advice in advance.
I have no concrete evidence but I'd still say a resounding, "definitely NOT."
I run a 2011 13" MBP with a 21.5" Dell monitor and it seems to lag slightly just with that. I'd assume the new integrated HD 4000 graphics would help with single external montor lag, but not power a whole second one.
I'm surprised by the problems you're having with a 21" as these machines are supposed to run a 27 tb display no problem.
You can drive the second monitor via usb and some additional equipment. Do a google search.
I think the new rMBP can run 2 monitors directly as there are 2 display ports/thunderbolt connections.
I don't want to exaggerate my problem. It's barely even a lag, but still noticeable.
The new rMBP hast two TB ports and one HDMI port. I'm pretty sure you can use all three of them simultaneously. That's three external displays.
So two thunderbolt displays and a HDTV? Nice
The HDMi port also takes computer displays. You can use adaptors, too.