You don't need me to rattle off the benefits of working with multiple displays. (I mean, other than the fact that you get more screen real estate and can work more productively.)

But what if your machine is one that doesn't offer built-in support for multiple displays—like, say, a Mac mini?

You can turn to an external solution such as the TripleHead2Go. This box from Matrox supports up to three monitors; I'll give you a first look at it in this week's Macworld Video.

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Show Notes

Maybe you don't need me to sing the praised of multiple monitors, but frequent Macworld contributor Adam C. Engst certainly has plenty to say on the subject.

In the video, I mention that Macworld Lab will review the TripleHead2Go in the coming weeks. When that review appears, you'll find it in the From the Lab blog, which features our latest hardware reviews and test results.


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