MacBook Pro Retina: Support for Three Additional Displays

The new Macbook Pro with retinal display has at least two known Thunderbolt ports and a HDMI port. Not only in our Facebook channel to set the quiz question: How many monitors can I run simultaneously and in addition to the computer? In a recent Apple support document is for information now.

In support article “ HT5219 ”Apple first confirmed that both the new MacBook Pro with retinal display, as well as all MacBook Pros (13 and 15 inch) and MacBook Pro ”Mid 2012″ a total of up to two displays Thunderbolt support – in addition to existing screen of the mobile computer.Previously this worked example, even with the current mini iMac (27 inch) and the Mac. But that’s not enough …

In a footnote goes on to describe Apple that the MacBook Pro with retinal display using the built-HDMI connection also can control an additional third screen – amazing.

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