multi-monitor

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multi-monitor

Using two or more display screens connected to one computer. See dual monitor and desktop.
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The Cubi 2 facilitates 4K content consumption and, with its HDMI and DP ports, can support dual-monitor setups.
4 cm) wide for larger, dual-monitor setups;two-tier design: upper display surface, lower keyboard/mouse deck; holds up to 35 lbs.
The new station is a dual-monitor interface that allows a trainer to better manage the simulator during a session.
The monitor also supports connectivity to two external devices via Dual Link-up, giving consistent colour and shading schemes across all monitors/screens, and preventing the occurrence of inconsistencies that are usually seen in traditional dual-monitor setups.
According to the company, the Matrox Epica TC20+ dual-monitor and Matrox Epica TC48 quad-monitor add-in boards bring enhanced functionality across a range of multi-display configurations to the Wyse Z90DE7 thin client while maintaining energy efficiency and thermal requirements.
The primary focus of this study was on efficiency in terms of production time, potential monetary gains from the purchase of dual-monitor stations, and satisfaction of Archivists.
The dual-monitor 7500-Wing arm is a slick and flexible mounting solution.
XT-Edit has a modern creative user interface with the look and feel of an NLE that is highly customisable with dockable windows, full-screen dual-monitor support and a tactile USB controller for VTR.
The days of the one-monitor desktop are coming to an end; for those tax professionals who have experienced a dual-monitor setup, there is no going back.
If you want an even less expensive dual-monitor system, you can stop by almost any thrift store and pick up an old 13" black and white TV for about $20.
Its floating window design makes workspace customization easy, especially in dual-monitor setups, and features dual or single preview windows, drop-down definable buttons for a clean, less- cluttered interface, time code and audio level overlay displays, as well as timeline, Bin, effect selector and realtime waveform and vectorscope windows.
The RES-150, starting at $5,499, is powered by an Intel Pentium 4 3GHz processor with Hyper-Threading Technology, 1GB of DDR memory, a 40GB system drive and a 160GB disk array (for more than 10 hours of storage), an NVIDIA GeForce4 dual-monitor capable video card, a Pioneer DVD-R/RW drive and an ADS Tech PYRO three-port FireWire card to allow capture from three cameras simultaneously.