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Matrox offers Mac GXM control panel

updated 02:30 pm EST, Tue January 29, 2008

Matrox GXM software

Matrox Graphic has released a new software utility for Graphics eXpansion Modules (GXMs) operating under Mac OS X. The control panel enables additional resolutions for the DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go Digital Edition products, offering enhanced multi-display support for compatible Mac notebooks and workstations. GXMs are small black boxes that connect externally to a system's monitor output to achieve an ultra-wide desktop across two or three displays. The software is a a free download available for DualHead2Go Digital Edition and TripleHead2Go Digital Edition.

The GXM control panel is compatible with systems running Mac OS X v10.4 or later. Digital Edition GXMs connect either standard or widescreen resolution displays and support a maximum resolution of up to 1920x1200 per display in dual-display mode and 1280x1024 per display in triple-display mode.








by MacNN Staff

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  1. G2G2

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Mat-Sucks

    I've owned Matrox equipment for the Mac before and I'll NEVER OWN MATROX c*** AGAIN!!!!!

    They are slow to bring new drivers when anything changes and in some cases abandon the Mac product altogether to get you to buy their next piece of junk which does work with the latest change.

    DON'T BUY MATROX. You will regret it.

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