One 11.6-Inch MacBook Air… Four Separate Displays (Including An Apple IIc)

One 11.6-Inch MacBook Air… Four Separate Displays (Including An Apple IIc)

Sure, this is a pretty big gimmick, but we’re impressed none the less: behold an 11-inch MacBook Air driving four displays at once. From right to left, the MacBook Air is driving a 20-inch Apple Cinema Display through the Mini DisplayPort a 7-inch Mimo 720-S display through USB, its own internal display and an Apple IIc running a terminal session through a serial cable, presumably through another USB adapter. This, my friends, is the most lurid Mac porn you’ll see all day,

  • Geoff

    Hi There !! I have a 24″IMac Model MB418X/A…..A1225 purchased on 21/06/09, Question if I may , Can I use the Kanex C30 Adopter / or other devise ? to connect My Work lap top PC Windows etc through an ATEN ( switch make ) KVMP switch (USB/PS2 with Audio ) so I can use 1 monitor & Key Board & Mouse (the Imac ) when working from home in my study ,ie switch between the two computers while working using the iMac monitor , this how i use to work , when I have a Windows PC desk Top before I purchased my iMac ??

    Your advise would be much appreciated
    Cheers Geoff

  • Geoff

    Hi There !! I have a 24″IMac Model MB418X/A…..A1225 purchased on 21/06/09, Question if I may , Can I use the Kanex C30 Adopter / or other devise ? to connect My Work lap top PC Windows etc through an ATEN ( switch make ) KVMP switch (USB/PS2 with Audio ) so I can use 1 monitor & Key Board & Mouse (the Imac ) when working from home in my study ,ie switch between the two computers while working using the iMac monitor , this how i use to work , when I have a Windows PC desk Top before I purchased my iMac ??

    Your advise would be much appreciated
    Cheers Geoff

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