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Seamlessly extend your desktop over two displays of the same resolution with Mini DisplayPort.
The CinemaView Duo - Display Extender
CinemaView Duo connects to the Mini DisplayPort jack on an Apple Mac computer and allows connecting two identical LCD displays by Mini DisplayPort. Both displays must be exactly the same model and resolution; e.g, two CinemaView 24 units, or two Apple 24-inch LED Cinema Display units, or two exactly matching Mini DisplayPort input displays up to 1920x1200 pixel resolution each.
- Two displays of different models or resolutions will not work.
- Does not support closed lid operation on some MacBook/MacBook Pros*.
- Does not work on MacPro towers or iMacs if they are running ATI Radeon graphics.*- Does NOT WORK with DVI or HDMI displays.- Does NOT WORK with DVI or HDMI adapters.*email for specifics
The CinemaView Duo reads the resolution data from the two connected displays, combines the two into one horizontally extended virtual display, and then transmits this virtual display resolution -- twice the width of one of the connected displays -- to the Mac.
Two 1920x1080 resolution Mini DisplayPort displays will behave like one horizontally extended 3840x1080 resolution virtual display. Two 1920x1200 resolution Mini DisplayPort displays will behave like one horizontally extended 3840x1200 resolution virtual display.
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CinemaView products are designed with Mini DisplayPort connections which are present on all current generation Mac computers. Older Macs may have a Mini-DVI port which will require a converter in order to provide proper connectivity. PC based computers with "fullsized" DisplayPort connections will require an adapter.
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