Reviews and Problems with Matrox TripleHead2Go T2G-DP-MIF Graphic Card
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Wish it had worked with my system.
Mark S. Lee "Markleevan", Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Did not work with my system, even though I ran all the test to make sure it was, prior to ordering all the pieces to make it work. Had to return it. The company was very good about the return. No hassles.
Summary: I haven't gotten it to work yet. I need somebody to help me. I just haven't had time to mess with it. I hooked it up initially and everything appeared like it would work, but I couldn't get the images on the 3 screens. I have been too busy to take the time to call the company to help me, but I hope to soon.
Summary: The product worked as advertised; however, the picture just wasn't "crisp." I would get headaches after working on documents or reading smaller text. I returned the product. Also, as a note, it does not work to daisy chain these...
Summary: I have a MacBook Air and wanted to display on multiple monitors. This product had some strong ratings as being very capable. It's been two weeks and still not working. First of all the website is misleading and did not show the correct unit to order for my MacBook Air. There is little consistency among the various references to products. It's just plain sloppy documentation and presentation on the web site.
Summary: Purchased my adapter in December. Works as advertised - using my Laptop and 3 additional 1920 x 1080 LED monitors. Business use mostly - played Skyrim but not in triple monitor mode as Matrox hasn't released the drivers and I haven't had time to hack into it myself to make it work right. Long story short, on March 16th my adapter wouldn't power up (roughly at the 3 month mark). No light, no power, completely failed unit.
Summary: This is an excellent product, but it would not work in my application, so 3 stars. Ease of use is low because you need to be above average in computer literacy to set this up. I wanted to hook my Macbook Pro 17" Core i7 with Nvida GT330 graphics card up to 2 or 3 1280x1024 DIV monitors running at 60hz. The Matrox website indicated for the resolution I wanted to run, I would not need the Dual-Link DVI adapter from Apple (cost $100).
Summary: I had the triplehead2go for about two weeks. The first week everything worked fine and it was absolutely stunning to fly Microsoft Flight Simulator on three screens. Unfortunately the unit had stopped seeing all three of my monitors. I gave the product every benefit of the doubt over the course of the second week making sure the reasons for it not working wasn't due to user error, cables, bad monitors or incorrect software configs etc.
Doesn't work with Citrix or Terminal Services (RDP)
1 October 2010
Summary: I think it is actually a pretty good product, but only for locally installed programs. As a business solution, it doesn't work with Citrix or RDP for application delivery. The device lists as one large monitor in the Windows display settings instead of showing the three individual monitors. Since Windows can't hand off the three monitors to the Citrix client, the Citrix applications always open across all three screens.