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2 monitors on a toshiba laptop.

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by dragonlight, Jan 26, 2007.

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  1. dragonlight

    dragonlight Thread Starter

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    I have a customer that is looking for maybe a port replicator, or a device that will let him connect 2 other lcd monitors to his laptop. He wants to have extended desktop accross the two monitors.
     
  2. 1002richards

    1002richards Retired Trusted Advisor

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    Hi,
    Is this any use?

    Monitors v2

    You run lots of programms at the same time and you have lost control about every process? This tool can help you by emulating 10 desktops! In each desktop you will only see the programms started in this desktop.
    You can switch between the monitors by selecting them in the main window or by pressing the following hot keys:

    * Ctrl + Alt + F1 : Monitor 1
    * Ctrl + Alt + F2 : Monitor 2
    * Ctrl + Alt + F3 : Monitor 3
    * ......
    * Ctrl + Alt + F10 : Monitor 10

    In the new version, you can send processes to other monitors.

    Monitors v2 does not need any installation and does not create any registry entries and does not change any system file.


    Last update

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    Or are these any use?

    [1] http://virtuawin.sourceforge.net/
    [2] http://www.download.com/Microdesk/3003-2346_4-10402623.html?tag=tab_rev
    [3] http://www.dexpot.de/en/index2.html
    [4] http://www.r2d2-software.com/
     
  3. dragonlight

    dragonlight Thread Starter

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    I am sorry, I don't think so. I am looking for a piece of hardware that he can connect via usb port or other port to his laptop, then allowing him to add the two monitors to the device.
     
  4. kiwiguy

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