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I have a new 15" MacBook Pro with one of the 24" LED monitors. Is there a straighforward way to connect two of those monitors to this machine?
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I reviewed this product,ATPM 15.08 - Review: OWC USB 2.0 Display Adapter, earlier this year. It is pretty straightforward to use. The one problem is that it doesn't fully support Open Gl which means that some programs do not fully function when displayed on a monitor connected to this device. iPhoto, for example, will launch and display the pictures but when you go into edit mode things don't function well because those things require Open GL.

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I have a new 15" MacBook Pro with one of the 24" LED monitors. Is there a straighforward way to connect two of those monitors to this machine?
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