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    JohnHenry

    2 schermen op 1 macbook pro

    Hey,

    Is het op een of andere manier mogelijk om 2 schermen aan te sluiten op 1 macbook pro ?
    Het gaat om 1 30″ 2560×1600 en 1 24″ 1900×1200

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    ocramarco

    Nee niet met die resolutie. De enige manier om zulke resoluties te halen zijn 2x thunderbolt schermen.

    http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/products/gxm/mac/choice/

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    1984

    Kijk eens in dit draadje , daar werd een zelfde vraag gesteld, echter de TS reageerde verder niet meer : http://www.onemorething.nl/community/topic/mac-mini-dual-monitor-support/?quote=2538621#postform

    It is possible to daisy-chain two Apple Mini displayport monitors off a Thunderbolt interface or Mini displayport interface. This is because the Apple display has a mini displayport socket for connecting to (daisy chaining to) the second display.
    According to http://www.dell.com/ed/business/p/dell-u2913wm/pd the Dell screen also has a second Displayport socket for daisy chaining. So in theory you could do the following.
    Connect first screen to Mac via a Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt cable (backwards compatible with mini Displayport). Connect second screen to first screen via a Mini displayport (mini) to Displayport (non mini) cable.

    So it appears Thunderbolt is slated to only receive DP 1.2 compatability sometime this year. This is according to Intel’s TB roadmap. I’m afraid this means you’re out of luck unless TB is upgradeable. I just hope Apple includes it in the next MBP refresh.

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    1984

    By default, the Retina Display MacBook Pro models — the MacBook Pro “Core i7″ 2.3 15” (Retina), “Core i7″ 2.6 15” (Retina), and “Core i7″ 2.7 15” (Retina) — support a maximum resolution up to 2560×1600 on two external displays via Thunderbolt and another display up to 1920×1200 via HDMI. This means it can power as many as three external displays by default. However, if you have enough physical space, you still could theoretically connect additional displays with third-party adapters. bron

    Apple MacBook Pro “Core i5″ 2.6 13” Retina 2013 / This model can simultaneously support two external displays up to 2560×1600 via Thunderbolt.

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    1984

    Officially, Apple reports that the Retina Display MacBook Pro models can support two displays up to a 2560×1600 resolution via the Thunderbolt ports or one display with a maximum resolution of 2560×1600 via Thunderbolt and one display up to a maximum resolution of 1920×1200 via HDMI.

    However, on a 15-Inch Retina Display MacBook Pro, site sponsor OWC tested three external displays — two iMacs used as displays at 2560×1440 via Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt/DisplayPort and an LG monitor at 1920×1200 via HDMI — and reported that “moving images and media didn’t create any lag and we were able to play video on all four displays simultaneously.”

    It’s not entirely clear why Apple now reports that the Retina Display MacBook Pro cannot support three external displays at the same time, but it seems likely that the integrated graphics in the 13-Inch models cannot support three external displays like the dedicated graphics in 15-Inch models. Perhaps this official information is for simplification. If you have additional information, please share. bron

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