I was wondering if it was possible to connect my pre-Thunderbolt Macbook Pro to two external monitors at once with the relevant adapter. The Macbook Pro in question is the 13-inch model from mid-2009. The two monitors are a Panasonic with a VGA port that I've had for about six years (1440x900) and a Sony Bravia TV that I got last year (1366x768). It has several ports on the back, including two HDMI, VGA, USB and Scart. I currently connect the Sony TV through the HDMI-MiniDP cable. And I have a VGA-MiniDP adapter for the other one. And they both work individually. But before I put down £38 on an HDMI-USB adapter, I'd just like to know if it can be done with both. And does my little Macbook have enough graphics muscle-power for the job (NVIDIA GeForce 9400M with 256 MB of VRAM)? Would the same setup work if I connected it through a bus-powered USB hub, rather than one of the ports on the side? Also, I'm running Snow Leopard 10.6.8 if that makes any difference.