Originally Posted by Ceelo
You can have dual monitor mode if you connect an external monitor and use the M1210 monitor as one screen. Otherwise, you can use the Matrox DualHead2Go. Here is the product page:http://matrox.com/mga/corp/dh2go/home.cfm
FWIW that Matrox box is horrible.. truly horrible. I guess it might be worth it if you had no other option, but..
We trialled them here at work - basically Windows thinks you have one big double-width monitor, and the box splits it down the middle. There are also some software drivers that keep windows in the center of one screen etc.
Trouble is you need video drivers that are capable of 2048x768 to get 2x 1024x768, or 2560x1024 if you want the res we run here..
A lot of video drivers don't offer options sized like that - we were stuck with a max of 1024x768 on each screen, which is pretty pants on a 19" LCD!