en_top.jpg

Come See What's New at NAB 2017! Be our Guest! Use code: LV4638

TripleHead2Go Industry Recognition

TripleHead2Go Digital SE

TripleHead2Go DP Edition

TripleHead2Go Digital Edition

TripleHead2Go Analog Edition



TripleHead2Go Digital SE

Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital SE Multi-display Adapter Review

Techgage
By Greg King
July 18, 2014

Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital SE Multi-display Adapter Review

“Using 3 or more displays on a single desktop PC is a breeze nowadays, thanks to the efforts of the three main GPU vendors. The situation is different on the mobile side, however, and that’s where Matrox, with its TripleHead2Go series comes into play.”

“Today, I use a TripleHead2Go Digital SE as a kind of base station at home. My three monitors are connected to my PC, but their secondary connectors run to the TripleHead2Go. This in turn gets connected to my Mac via its Thunderbolt port. This allows me to use my personal monitors when working out of my home office and when needed, quickly return to mobility by disconnecting a single Thunderbolt adapter. It’s that simple.”

“When we first reported on the Matrox TripleHead2Go, the idea of gaming with three monitors was still new to this editor. I was drawn to the product for this single function. It was only after using it for my day-to-day that I learned the true value of utilizing multiple monitors… a lesson that I have applied to my career to great effect. There isn’t a workstation or notebook in my building now that doesn’t connect to at least two monitors. Products like the TripleHead2Go, and its smaller brother the DualHead2Go, allow the use of many monitors from a single DisplayPort (or in my case Thunderbolt) port on a notebook. Retailing for around $250 USD, the TripleHead2Go is a valuable addition for those looking to increase productivity and work flow by adding a second or third monitor to their notebook.”

Read the complete TripleHead2Go Digital SE review on Techgage.


How do you get one image from multiple projectors?

Worship AVL Asia
By James Ling
Autumn 2013 Issue

worship-avl-logo

“More and more HOW environments are adopting Matrox multi-projector technology and have seen first-hand how it’s kept their congregations actively involved—and enthralled—in services and performances.”

“TripleHead2Go’s wide-ranging compatibility, whether it’s for PC and Mac, laptops and desktops, and monitors and projectors, makes it easy to use existing hardware to affordably install any triple-projector configuration. The M-Series graphics cards meanwhile, include the Edge Overlap feature at no additional cost, allowing users to employ edge blending projectors to create a simple, reliable, and cost-effective multi-projector solution.”

Read the complete Worship AVL Asia feature (PDF)


Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital SE External Multi-Display Adapter

Geekanoids
By Dave Cryer
May 12, 2013

Geekanoids reviews TripleHead2Go Digital SE

"What I'm really impressed with about this is how flawlessly [TripleHead2Go Digital SE] works and also about the actual construction. I love the fact that this has got an industrial sort of design to it. It looks very neat and it is a very, very compact unit."

"The TripleHead2Go Digital SE Edition really is worthwhile purchasing"

"I think that this is a really good product and it just works really well for me. I didn't find there was any lag or anything at all to worry about with the TripleHead2Go."

Three displays being driven from something like your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro really does make it a worthy product and one of the better products I've tested for this sort of solution."

View the complete TripleHead2Go Digital ME review on Geekanoids' YouTube channel.


Enjoy 3 or more simultaneous displays with Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital SE

ITespresso.es
By Dani Burón
March 8, 2013

ITespresso.es reviews TripleHead2Go Digital SE

"TripleHead2Go Digital SE is the latest version of its great Graphics eXpansion Modules. Connect 3 monitors 1920 x 1080 creating a giant monitor 5760 x 1080, which will act as a single monitor and only require a connection to your computer."

"Thanks to its software the possibilities are almost endless, and you can physically place the screens as you want, take into account the edges and you can even virtually split screens in cells that allow a very versatile management of applications."

"Personally I think this is the most efficient and simplest way to configure a multi-screen system that exists on the market at this price, both when handling panoramic applications as with their ability to use screens independently."

Read the complete TripleHead2Go Digital SE review on ITespresso.es (Spanish).


Testing the TripleHead2Go Digital SE

Macsoluciones
By Fernando García
February 14, 2013

Macsoluciones reviews TripleHead2Go Digital SE

“The ability to connect three DVI monitors at standard resolutions to create a large desktop is much cheaper than purchasing a monitor with a similar resolution. For example the 27-inch monitor from Apple (2560 x 1440 dots) costs 1,024 Euros, while we could set up a desktop of 4080 x 768 with three widescreen monitors for about 600 Euros.”

Read the complete TripleHead2Go Digital SE review on Macsoluciones (Spanish).


The Rise of Environmental Projection in HOW

Commercial Integrator
By Aaron Stern
February 06, 2013

TripleHead2Go for Houses of Worship

“The equipment required to run environmental projection depends on the size of the room and how much ambient light a room has (large spaces with plain walls are best, spaces with lots of windows might not work), but typically two to three projectors between 5,000 and 10,000 lumens are the starting point. Multiscreen solutions like the Matrox TripleHead2Go (McElroy’s tool of choice) split and optimize images through multiple projectors, and then there’s the software; Renewed Vision’s ProPresenter, operable on Mac or PC, is the industry standard but even PowerPoint can do the trick (the advantage of a program like ProPresenter, Ware’s solution of choice, is that it can map out spaces that should not be projected on to, like a window, a projection screen or pulpit, for example).”

Read the complete article on Commercial Integrator.


Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital SE External Multi-Display Adapter Review

Overclockers Club
By Wesstron
January 27, 2013

Overclockers Club gives TripleHead2Go Digital SE OCC Gold Award

"Working and gaming with the Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital SE Multi-Display Adapter was a very pleasant experience. The device just screams quality; no cheap plastic is involved and the finish is almost perfect. Connecting and setting up the Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital SE was straight forward; all you need to do is follow the four steps on the back of the box and then install the Matrox PowerDesk software. The result is up to three extra monitors or projectors connected and looking great (six if you have a second DisplayPort or Mini DisplayPort handy to connect another TripleHead2Go Digital SE device!). The image quality is on the same standard as the great build quality: very clear, vibrant, and without any distortion. The Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital SE is a small device with huge potential. Laptop users will find it a very convenient—and affordable—way to gain that extra screen real estate without the need to invest in a desktop system."

Read the TripleHead2Go Digital SE review on Overclockers Club.


TripleHead2Go DP Edition

How do you get one image from multiple projectors?

Worship AVL Asia
By James Ling
Autumn 2013 Issue

worship-avl-logo

“More and more HOW environments are adopting Matrox multi-projector technology and have seen first-hand how it’s kept their congregations actively involved—and enthralled—in services and performances.”

“TripleHead2Go’s wide-ranging compatibility, whether it’s for PC and Mac, laptops and desktops, and monitors and projectors, makes it easy to use existing hardware to affordably install any triple-projector configuration. The M-Series graphics cards meanwhile, include the Edge Overlap feature at no additional cost, allowing users to employ edge blending projectors to create a simple, reliable, and cost-effective multi-projector solution.”

Read the complete Worship AVL Asia feature (PDF)


Connect 3 Displays to 1 PC with the Matrox TripleHead2Go Adapter

CIO
By Paul Mah
July 25, 2012

CIO

"The TripleHead2Go makes it possible for laptops to be used with multiple external displays, and its use of the connected computer's GPU allows for exceptionally smooth performance. And because it's an external adapter, TripleHead2Go eliminates the need to meddle with its insides to install an additional graphics card, for example."

"The TripleHead2Go DP Edition is the latest in a line of GXMs made by Matrox, and is supported by a strong software suite. It has bezel-management capabilities to compensate for gaps in the extended display created by the bezesl of monitors. I particularly like how the Matrox PowerDesk software allows for invisible demarcations to be made over the various displays; when maximized, application windows snap to fill up the virtual lines, which can span multiple monitors. The device works with PCs and Macs, and it is also compatible with MacBook Pro laptops with the new Thunderbolt port."

"It's just as simple to setup and configure as the previous GXM units from Matrox, and it comes in a slightly smaller form factor."

Read the complete Matrox TripleHead2Go review on CIO


The Rise of Environmental Projection in HOW

Commercial Integrator
By Aaron Stern
February 06, 2013

TripleHead2Go for Houses of Worship

“The equipment required to run environmental projection depends on the size of the room and how much ambient light a room has (large spaces with plain walls are best, spaces with lots of windows might not work), but typically two to three projectors between 5,000 and 10,000 lumens are the starting point. Multiscreen solutions like the Matrox TripleHead2Go (McElroy’s tool of choice) split and optimize images through multiple projectors, and then there’s the software; Renewed Vision’s ProPresenter, operable on Mac or PC, is the industry standard but even PowerPoint can do the trick (the advantage of a program like ProPresenter, Ware’s solution of choice, is that it can map out spaces that should not be projected on to, like a window, a projection screen or pulpit, for example).”

Read the complete article on Commercial Integrator.


Matrox TripleHead2Go reviewed

InAVate
By Steve Plevin, Production Manager at Joy’s
January 2, 2012

InAVate Image

“Having high resolution and ultra-wide outputs from laptops and PCs is very much a requirement of our industry. We first came across the TipleHead2Go product when we had the need to span Apple Keynote across a widescreen projection. Apple Keynote doesn’t have the ability to span on multiple outputs so the product provided a very straightforward way of getting good, high resolution Apple Keynote up on a screen.”

“We have loads of different options for this kind of application but I would say that the TripleHead2Go has become the standard solution in the AV industry for this kind of output. There are loads of solutions and each has their own benefit but price is always a big consideration.

The TripleHead2Go is a very affordable solution. We generally use it for projections. A lot of events we run are soft-edging three HD projectors together. So it’s often the solution there.”

“You can just throw it in your bag and take it with you. It’s a huge benefit. I can think of plenty of times when I’ve gone to run a demonstration or do a rehearsal with a client in their premises and it’s just a question of laptop and a TripleHead2Go in your bag.

We don’t need a server configured with mulithead output cards. You don’t want to be carting that about. The portability of the TripleHead2Go is fantastic.

I have also found it to be extremely reliable which is a massive consideration as we are out on the road a lot. We have about six units in total and I don’t think we’ve ever had an issue with any of them. And we’re talking about industrial usage here. The units aren’t just set up at home on a desk and left there.

The fact it offers DVI as well as analogue is great. It’s professional grade and it doesn’t distort the pixels. It’s pixel accurate it doesn’t do any scaling or add or drop pixels.”

“Recently we looked after a three screen projection for a photography exhibition. Content ran in a loop and we used the TripleHead2Go and it was a great solution. The content was built in Apple Keynote and ran 24 hours a day for a couple of weeks.

It was the first time we’d tested the product in constant use and it performed very well.”

Read the complete Matrox TripleHead2Go review on InAVate


Review: Matrox TripleHead2Go DP Edition

Teens in Tech
By Daniel Brusilovsky
March 9, 2011

Teens in Tech Reviews Matrox TripleHead2Go DP Edition

"I can not get enough monitors — just when you think I've had enough, I always want to add more. I truly believe in the theory that the more monitors you have, the more productive you are. One of my favorite companies that support this cause is Matrox.

Their latest masterpiece is the Matrox TripleHead2Go DP Edition, an external multi-display adapter that adds up to three monitors to your laptop or desktop. Through the TripleHead2Go, I've been able to connect three DVI monitors to my 15" MacBook Pro, at resolutions up to 1360x768."

"And, if you're a PC gamer, you'll love this device. Being able to play FPS and racing games across three monitors at resolutions of 1920x1080 is flat out awesome."

Read the complete Matrox TripleHead2Go DP Edition review on Teens in Tech


Geek Tech Live 111 Matrox TripleHead2Go

Geek Tech Live
By Chris Favero
Jan 18, 2011

Geek Tech Live Reviews Matrox TripleHead2Go

"I have had the opportunity to test out and set up a Matrox Triplehead2Go unit and let me tell you it rocks the ever loving Eye Holes of Triple Monitor Goodness!"

"Larger Monitors give you more screen real estate and a very large monitor of 30" would be great but could be costly and might still not get you the size you need or want. That's where Matrox comes in. You can take 3 Monitors with the [TripleHead2Go] and [DualHead2Go] with the double (duh) and create your very own JumboTron of sorts for usually a little less than one big monitor. I was able to hook together three 22" monitors with a native resolution of 1920x1080 for a jaw dropping 5760x1080 Massive monitor!"

Read the complete Matrox TripleHead2Go DP Edition review on Geek Tech Live


Apple MacBook Air: Innovation at a Price

Technaute.Cyberpress.ca
By Alain McKenna
November 10, 2010

Technaute.Cyberpress.ca Reviews Matrox TripleHead2Go DP Edition

"Another thing we like to do with a notebook: connect it to an external monitor. The MacBook Air has a quality graphics card, which also performs quite well using an external monitor. We connected our MacBook Air test unit to a Matrox TripleHead2Go DP adaptor and three side-by-side 16:9 LG monitors. From the first connection, we obtained the maximum resolution available from the Montreal company's device." (Translated from French)

Read the complete Matrox TripleHead2Go DP Edition review on Technaute.Cyberpress.ca


TripleHead2Go Digital Edition

How do you get one image from multiple projectors?

Worship AVL Asia
By James Ling
Autumn 2013 Issue

worship-avl-logo

“More and more HOW environments are adopting Matrox multi-projector technology and have seen first-hand how it’s kept their congregations actively involved—and enthralled—in services and performances.”

“TripleHead2Go’s wide-ranging compatibility, whether it’s for PC and Mac, laptops and desktops, and monitors and projectors, makes it easy to use existing hardware to affordably install any triple-projector configuration. The M-Series graphics cards meanwhile, include the Edge Overlap feature at no additional cost, allowing users to employ edge blending projectors to create a simple, reliable, and cost-effective multi-projector solution.”

Read the complete Worship AVL Asia feature (PDF)


The Rise of Environmental Projection in HOW

Commercial Integrator
By Aaron Stern
February 06, 2013

TripleHead2Go for Houses of Worship

“The equipment required to run environmental projection depends on the size of the room and how much ambient light a room has (large spaces with plain walls are best, spaces with lots of windows might not work), but typically two to three projectors between 5,000 and 10,000 lumens are the starting point. Multiscreen solutions like the Matrox TripleHead2Go (McElroy’s tool of choice) split and optimize images through multiple projectors, and then there’s the software; Renewed Vision’s ProPresenter, operable on Mac or PC, is the industry standard but even PowerPoint can do the trick (the advantage of a program like ProPresenter, Ware’s solution of choice, is that it can map out spaces that should not be projected on to, like a window, a projection screen or pulpit, for example).”

Read the complete article on Commercial Integrator.


Matrox TripleHead2Go

HOWiReview.com
By Joe Cichon
September 10, 2012

HOWiReview

"In your office, you may have many needs for your computer. You may like to constantly monitor a site, social media or other relative content during the day. At the same time, you need to email, create documents and other "work" related tasks. Or you may like an additional monitor just to view media on. With the TripleHead2Go, you can have it all, at the same time. Once hooked up, you never have to worry about the configuration. It is a true plug-n-play device."

"In my studio I use ProTools as my recording format. Using a TripleHead2Go the three bottom screens allow me to stretch out and relax my workflow. Each screen offers functions that would have resulted in stacking windows on top of windows. I get the distinct benefit of seeing all my data in one sweeping glance."

"All work and NO PLAY make for a dull environment. What do I do to relax? I learn how to fly. This picture shows my real, genuine passion. Flying. Yes, I have even taking the controls of the real thing when I get the chance. You can notice that my cockpit accurately stretches across the screens to provide a realistic wide landscape viewpoint."

"If you're like me, and your workflow depends on having everything you need in one convenient place the TripleHead2Go Digital Edition is for you. By providing a larger landscape, this handy device will increase your performance in every way imaginable. Once you sit behind this device, you'll never know how you can do without it. Your work will be easily and logistically laid out before you offering time savings and ease of use. If you need to have access to your ever demanding social networks, you'll love having access to it without having to change screens. The TripleHead2Go Digital Edition excels at video and audio recording, editing and rendering. With one TripleHead2Go, you can have it ALL! And even after a hard day of work, you can even go out for a leisurely flight! Grade: A+"

Read the complete TripleHead2Go Digital Edition review on HOWiReview.com.


InAVate

By Steve Plevin, Production Manager at Joy's
January 2, 2012

InAVate Image

"Having high resolution and ultra-wide outputs from laptops and PCs is very much a requirement of our industry. We first came across the TipleHead2Go product when we had the need to span Apple Keynote across a widescreen projection. Apple Keynote doesn't have the ability to span on multiple outputs so the product provided a very straightforward way of getting good, high resolution Apple Keynote up on a screen."

"The TripleHead2Go is a very affordable solution. We generally use it for projections. A lot of events we run are soft-edging three HD projectors together. So it's often the solution there."

"You can just throw [TripleHead2Go] in your bag and take it with you. It's a huge benefit. I can think of plenty of times when I've gone to run a demonstration or do a rehearsal with a client in their premises and it's just a question of laptop and a TripleHead2Go in your bag.

"The fact it offers DVI as well as analogue is great. It's professional grade and it doesn't distort the pixels. It's pixel accurate it doesn't do any scaling or add or drop pixels."


Simulation Training Solutions Spanning Multiple Displays and Technologies

MILITARY TECHNOLOGY (MILTECH)
By Matrox Graphics
December 2011 Issue

Military Technology Logo

"Virtual environments have been made an accessible and practical place to prepare for real life on the front line thanks to the latest graphics technologies available today. Multi-display setups, enabled through the use of multi-display adapters, are especially vital here. Triple-display adapter solutions, like the Matrox TripleHead2Go, are ideal because of the resulting degree to which the user's peripheral vision is increased. The simulated field of view leads to an immersive and effective military training ground for recruits, either alone, in one-on-one, student/teacher training sessions, or in groups."

Read the complete Matrox simulation training feature (PDF)



Geek Tech Live Reviews Matrox TripleHead2Go
Geek Tech Live 111 Matrox TripleHead2Go

"I have had the opportunity to test out and set up a Matrox Triplehead2Go unit and let me tell you it rocks the ever loving Eye Holes of Triple Monitor Goodness!"

"Larger Monitors give you more screen real estate and a very large monitor of 30" would be great but could be costly and might still not get you the size you need or want. That's where Matrox comes in. You can take 3 Monitors with the [TripleHead2Go] and [DualHead2Go] with the double (duh) and create your very own JumboTron of sorts for usually a little less than one big monitor. I was able to hook together three 22" monitors with a native resolution of 1920x1080 for a jaw dropping 5760x1080 Massive monitor!"

 
The CPA Technology Advisor
10 Specialty Tech Vendors To Put To The Test
"Multi-screen monitors are pretty much the standard now in professional practices. But while most new desktop PCs and Macs now come with support for two monitors, they don't always support more than that. If your primary workstation is a laptop, adding multiple monitors can seem even trickier. Matrox makes it simple, though, providing the DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go systems that simply plug into each monitor and into the computer. No more opening up a PC box to change video cards or worrying about complex hardware requirements. Matrox makes adding multiple monitors easy."
 
DDR
Church Production Magazine
"We found a device called the Matrox TripleHead2Go. It basically allows us to take an output from our computer and instead of a 1280 x 720 palette, create a 3240 x 720 palette. So we're actually able to create graphics that are three screens wide. Now that "center-piece video-LED-wall-looking thing" is part of a three wide graphic element that we're able to project on."


DDR
Dynamax Delivers editorial
"Clear channel set up 42 computers throughout Oslo airport, each connected to a Matrox TripleHead2Go Graphics eXpansion Module outputting to three 40" monitors. An external box, the TripleHead2Go was simple to install and allowed the total number of computer systems required for this project to be reduced."


Desktop Engineering

"I'm a big fan of multiple monitors. I find it so much more productive to have applications open on their own screens rather than constantly bringing a new program to the foreground. While most laptops and workstation-class graphics cards now support two displays right out of the box, if you want to go even wider, the Matrox TripleHead2Go is an elegant and very affordable solution."


DrivingItalia.net
"This is breath taking and makes you feel as if you are really sitting inside the vehicle - taking advantage of immersing totally." (Translated from Italian)


VOLO Simulato e Radiocomandato
"Actually also widescreen support is provided now and finally all owners of such displays now have the possibility to enjoy the extraordinary experience this product is able to give." (Translated from Italian)


tech Power Up
tech Power Up! rating: 9.1/10
tech Power Up! Editor's Choice Award

"For this review I moved from a single 24 inch monitor with a native resolution of 1920 x 1200 to three 22 inch displays, resulting in the maximum 5040 x 1050 pixel desktop area. Using the three units makes working with images so much easier."


ConnectPress
"Matrox GXMs—namely the DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go product lines—harness the power of a graphics processing unit (GPU) inside a laptop or PC enabling CAD professionals to run CAD applications on up to three external monitors—with full hardware acceleration on each display."


mycockpit

"...I felt like I had been missing so much from flying with one monitor. It's like the very first breath of air after being under water for a long time. Its one of those feelings like you never knew what you were missing until you experienced it. I don't think I would want to be without this product again."


MacsimumNews

"The TripleHead2Go Digital Edition works great, especially for those in the mechanical CAD, 3D visualization, and digital content creation & animation business. The device enables users to examine multiple views of a design or project."


Go Game Over Online

"We would have to say with strategy titles and flight simulators, there is a tactical advantage in seeing more and being able to process more information."


Guru 3D

"[...] The three screens definitely give a better feel in gaming, thanks to the surround display experience."


Gameworld Network

"Sturdy as a rock and built for travel (thus, the 2Go), the TripleHead2Go [Digital Edition] is a great solution for anyone constantly on the run and with equally-sized monitors to spare at all locations."


Techgage

"Matrox has been making ripples in the enthusiast sector with their multiple monitor "Graphics Expansion Modules", [...]. With the flight and racing simulator guys singing the praises of these GXM products, the TripleHead2Go digital edition is a product worth getting excited over."


PC Gamer

"That's a lot of eye candy, and if you're into flight simulators, hang on to your 'chutes, because you're really going to be blown away by being able to glance left and right as if you were looking out port and starboard windows."


EventDV.net

"The usability and productivity advantages of dual-monitor desktop setups are well-known; simply having more screen real estate means you can display larger, longer timelines, or show a more detailed clip bin information area, or have more than one program's windows wide open."


flugsimulator.de

"Setup and connection of the new three-display-configuration including driver installation takes less than 15 minutes. [...] Price/performance ratio fits here to 100% - which effect else do we get in the area of flight simulation for a tiny 3-digit-amount with such visual impact?" (Translated from German).


NOUH_logo

"A lot of users are limited by the screen size of their notebook. They want more space, or more overview on several programs at the same time. All this is possible with the TripleHead2Go from Matrox." (Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 50 of the 1-2/2008 print issue of "NOTEBOOK, ORGANIZER & HANDY" (Germany).


MacTribe
"Multi-tasking at its best is possible with the TripleHead2Go module from Matrox."


GBase_logo

"Breathtaking, when your image area is suddenly three times bigger than before. [...] Who ever tried this once and got used to it never wants to go back to a single monitor. [...] Perfect!" (Translated from German).


Leo Laporte

"One of the big problems with notebooks is the limitation on displays — you can use the one that's in the notebook itself, and maybe the external port, but that's it. Matrox's TripleHead2Go gets around the limitation by turning that one external port into a triple-wide display." Review aired on 19/12/07 on "The Lab with Leo Laporte".


Mushroom

"Intrigued by the possibilities, I have been testing the digital TripleHead2Go, and have been stunned by the image quality, and desktop space this has added to my laptop. [...] The difference this has made to my work flow, both for studio and office work, is massive, and most importantly, my eyes are much happier. [...] The GXMs are also suitable for VJs who want to drive three beamers with one larger than life picture guaranteed to stun even the most hardened party goer."


SimHQ

"From the moment I fired up my Analogue TripleHead2Go, I have been in gaming bliss, and nothing about the Digital TripleHead2Go changed that. Going back to a single screen is immensely disappointing—you can't see as much, you don't feel like you're going as fast, you are not as immersed in the game. This applies to flight sims, racing sims, tactical shooters, whatever. Triplehead makes a game much better."


Post Magazine

"It's pretty amazing, I must say, to have my Web browser and email apps on one screen, and my Adobe After Effects comp window on another, and the rest of my After Effects application on the third. Pretty sweet!"


PC World

"All in all: If you want a multidisplay solution for your laptop, and your graphics controller can handle the resolutions, or is listed by Matrox as compatible, this is a very good solution right now." (Translated from Norwegian). Read the entire review on page 82 in the 12/2007 print issue of "PC World Norway".


SearchStorage.com
"This three-headed monster is the ideal computer monitor for the busy geek in your life."


Bravo Zulu - Best Hardware

Awarded "Bravo Zulu - Best Hardware"
AVSIM FanCon Seattle 2008



AutoSimSpor

"Gamers and people that actually work for a living alike can benefit from the extra-wide desktop created by the TripleHead2Go: highly recommended!"


buffet

"Imagine viewing Azeroth not through a tiny window but enjoying on phat 102 cm width." (Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 82 & 83 of the 11-12/2007 print issue of "buffed" (Germany).


Computer Pilot Magazine

"Overall, TripleHead2Go is something I would definitely consider getting for my laptop if Santa Claus were to drop 2 or 3 LCD monitors at my doorstep this Christmas."


mmorpg

Kudos to Matrox for taking one sweet gamer eye-candy upgrade [TripleHead2Go Digital Edition] and kicking it up not just one, but a few notches."
 

"In the past, multiple monitors were the province of Emergency Operations Centers, intelligence agencies, traffic controllers or those dealing with lots of imagery. With the TripleHead2Go, you can be in the ‘big leagues’ too. Once you use a multi-monitor set-up, the applications are endless and it is difficult to go back to just one monitor."


CHIP

"Alternative: Currently there is no comparable solution available." (Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 122 of the 11/2007 print issue of "CHIP" (Germany).


widescreengamingforum

"The Digital TripleHead2Go is great hardware, and it performs exactly as it's advertised."


DDR
Empowering Multi-Display Technology editorial
"Dynamic retail signage on video monitors, plasma screens, and LCDs are the tools to grab attention, inform and entice audiences. Matrox multi-display graphics solutions deliver targeted, noticeable and powerful customer communications in malls and other retail applications that include PoS, kiosks, self-service check-out and more."


widescreengamingforum

"If you've been waiting to jump into Surround Gaming, there is no reason to wait any longer. If you are an existing DTH2Go [TripleHead2Go Digital Edition] user, do yourself a favor and grab three new widescreen monitors, and throw your old ones on eBay."


Quebec Audio & Video

"[TripleHead2Go] provides support for several monitors (up to three monitors) from a single laptop or desktop computer. The connection goes directly from the TripleHead2Go Digital to your computer's monitor output. Your work station therefore offers you an enlarged graphic display allowing you to obtain a panoramic view" (Translated from French).


Digital Media Net

"It's all about being able to glance at what you want rather than shuffle the screen layers- with the four screens in place, productivity began to increase and after a few more days, the incidence of going off to another application to get something and forgetting all about what I was doing in the first place began to decrease."


PC Games Hardware

"Top-Technology" award
"A 30-inch-TFT is too expensive for you? Then expand the image onto three low priced 17- or 19-inch-displays with TripleHead2Go."
(Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 33 of the 10/2007 print issue of ""PC Games Hardware" (Germany)."


Computer Pilot Magazine

"The END result, i.e. once you have it [TripleHead2Go Digital Edition] all working as advertised, is nothing less than stunning!"


WCM

"We tested with several up-to-date games and everything works in fact quite wonderful, especially shooter, role playing games and simulations gets a high benefit from it" (Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 42 of the 10/2007 print issue of "WCM" (Austria).



"TripleHead2Go [Digital Edition] is a gizmo from Matrox that makes life a helluva lot easier for flight simmers."


Top 100 list award logo

Matrox Named to Prestigious Military Training Technology Top 100 List.
Recognition for the contribution Matrox has made to the military training industry was awarded based on the Matrox Graphics eXpansion Modules (GXM) series of external graphics hardware.


gizmag
"Things had their place again, just like my old strata-geographic filing system did on my paper-covered desk of a few decades ago. I had some idea of where things were again - I had a spatial awareness of the information that threatens to overwhelm me at any given time, and if the desktop analogy really is relevant (it is), I had a big desk again, and a place for everything."


Velocity reviews
"After reading about the TripleHead2Go [Digital Edition] I was impressed, after looking at it in real life I was even more impressed, and then I played around with it... it's no toy that's for sure."


enthusiast.hardocp.com
"This level of immersion [with TripleHead2Go Digital Edition] is something that cannot truly be expressed in words; it is something that must be experienced firsthand. When the game surrounds you it feels more like you are actually there, the gameplay experience is phenomenal."


c't logo
"The adapter generates very good VGA-signals ... [and] is for notebook-users the only possibility to connect three displays" (Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 60 of the 18/2007 print issue of "c't" (Germany).


Hartware Top Product logo
"Very good" award (5 stars of 5)
"The effect in games is overwhelming: the panorama of over one meter width and with 3.840 x 1.024 pixels is as one standing right in the middle of the game itself." (Translated from German). Read the entire review of "Prad.de" (Germany) online


OCMODSHOP
"In addition to the additional desktop productivity you'll receive, the unit [TripleHead2Go Digital Edition] also allows for extreme widescreen gaming with digital displays. If your video card is powerful enough, then this feature alone is so jaw-droppingly awesome that you'll replay all of your old favorites for the new experience."


FlightSim
"Having spent a fair amount of time flightsimming with the Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital Edition I really can say nothing but good things about it. I found that having three times the viewing area significantly improved my enjoyment of the sim and made manuevering much easier."


Hartware Top Product logo
"HARTWARE TOP-PRODUCT" award
"The TripleHead2Go opens up not only at work but also with games a new dimension." "The enormous space on the desktop and the panorama feeling with games are more than impressive." (Translated from German). Read the entire review of "Hartware.net" (Germany) online


Trusted Reviews
"Matrox should be congratulated on the TripleHead2Go Digital Edition. It improves on the analogue version in several key ways, adding DVI for a sharper image, more convenient USB power, and Bezel Management to really improve realism in games."


AVSIM
"I've seen other versions of multi-screen set-ups, especially for flight simming, but most of these required multiple monitors as well as multiple PC's. With the price of good monitors dropping on a monthly basis, picking up a digital TH2G for just over $300 is a good investment, in my opinion."


bit-tech.net
"After playing an hour of F.E.A.R., I was suitably chilled by the experience of being able to see so much more of the game. [...]. I've spent many hours playing this game on a 30" screen and I have to say I think I enjoyed playing the game more on the Matrox TripleHead2Go [Digital Edition] with three 19" screens than I ever have before and, although you don't have the same number of pixels in height, the increased FOV makes for a superb experience."


Jon Peddie Research
"The bottom line on all of this is we are going to be able to do more by seeing more for not a lot of money. The unit [TripleHead2Go Digital Edition] sells for a mere $329 and should be available by the time you read this."


HardwareLuxx logo
"The operation with a desktop-computer ... and three displays succeed without any problems." (Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 8 of the 06/2007 print issue of "HARDWARELUXX printed" (Germany).


VIDEO KAMERA objektiv

"See how to exhaust a system: on the first output per TripleHead2Go two 24" monitors and on the second output per HDMI a LCD-TV for preview." (Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 44 of the 05/2007 print issue of "VIDEO KAMERA objektiv" (Germany).


simFlight.com

"In closing I can safely say that if you would like to have a more realistic image, have a few monitors to spare and don't mind the few disadvantages such as losing 2D panels (or resizing them), and don't want to tinker with other software or buy extra graphics cards, then the Matrox TripleHead2Go [Digital Edition] is the solution for you!!! I love it!"


FlightXPress

"In summary: the TripleHead2Go Digital Edition is a very expedient accessory for every ambitious simulation pilot" (Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 62 of the 10/2007 print issue of "FlightXPress" (Germany).



TripleHead2Go Analog Edition

How do you get one image from multiple projectors?

Worship AVL Asia
By James Ling
Autumn 2013 Issue

worship-avl-logo

“More and more HOW environments are adopting Matrox multi-projector technology and have seen first-hand how it’s kept their congregations actively involved—and enthralled—in services and performances.”

“TripleHead2Go’s wide-ranging compatibility, whether it’s for PC and Mac, laptops and desktops, and monitors and projectors, makes it easy to use existing hardware to affordably install any triple-projector configuration. The M-Series graphics cards meanwhile, include the Edge Overlap feature at no additional cost, allowing users to employ edge blending projectors to create a simple, reliable, and cost-effective multi-projector solution.”

Read the complete Worship AVL Asia feature (PDF)


The Rise of Environmental Projection in HOW

Commercial Integrator
By Aaron Stern
February 06, 2013

TripleHead2Go for Houses of Worship

“The equipment required to run environmental projection depends on the size of the room and how much ambient light a room has (large spaces with plain walls are best, spaces with lots of windows might not work), but typically two to three projectors between 5,000 and 10,000 lumens are the starting point. Multiscreen solutions like the Matrox TripleHead2Go (McElroy’s tool of choice) split and optimize images through multiple projectors, and then there’s the software; Renewed Vision’s ProPresenter, operable on Mac or PC, is the industry standard but even PowerPoint can do the trick (the advantage of a program like ProPresenter, Ware’s solution of choice, is that it can map out spaces that should not be projected on to, like a window, a projection screen or pulpit, for example).”

Read the complete article on Commercial Integrator.


Geek Tech Live Reviews Matrox TripleHead2Go
Geek Tech Live 111 Matrox TripleHead2Go

"I have had the opportunity to test out and set up a Matrox Triplehead2Go unit and let me tell you it rocks the ever loving Eye Holes of Triple Monitor Goodness!"

"Larger Monitors give you more screen real estate and a very large monitor of 30" would be great but could be costly and might still not get you the size you need or want. That's where Matrox comes in. You can take 3 Monitors with the [TripleHead2Go] and [DualHead2Go] with the double (duh) and create your very own JumboTron of sorts for usually a little less than one big monitor. I was able to hook together three 22" monitors with a native resolution of 1920x1080 for a jaw dropping 5760x1080 Massive monitor!"

 
The CPA Technology Advisor
10 Specialty Tech Vendors To Put To The Test
"Multi-screen monitors are pretty much the standard now in professional practices. But while most new desktop PCs and Macs now come with support for two monitors, they don't always support more than that. If your primary workstation is a laptop, adding multiple monitors can seem even trickier. Matrox makes it simple, though, providing the DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go systems that simply plug into each monitor and into the computer. No more opening up a PC box to change video cards or worrying about complex hardware requirements. Matrox makes adding multiple monitors easy."
 
DDR
Church Production Magazine
"We found a device called the Matrox TripleHead2Go. It basically allows us to take an output from our computer and instead of a 1280 x 720 palette, create a 3240 x 720 palette. So we're actually able to create graphics that are three screens wide. Now that "center-piece video-LED-wall-looking thing" is part of a three wide graphic element that we're able to project on."


DDR
Dynamax Delivers editorial
"Clear channel set up 42 computers throughout Oslo airport, each connected to a Matrox TripleHead2Go Graphics eXpansion Module outputting to three 40" monitors. An external box, the TripleHead2Go was simple to install and allowed the total number of computer systems required for this project to be reduced."


ConnectPress
"Matrox GXMs—namely the DualHead2Go and TripleHead2Go product lines—harness the power of a graphics processing unit (GPU) inside a laptop or PC enabling CAD professionals to run CAD applications on up to three external monitors—with full hardware acceleration on each display."


EventDV.net

"The usability and productivity advantages of dual-monitor desktop setups are well-known; simply having more screen real estate means you can display larger, longer timelines, or show a more detailed clip bin information area, or have more than one program's windows wide open."


virtual racing

What should I say - it's simply a lot of fun. You believe that you are sitting in a cockpit of a real racing car." (Translated from German).


Top 100 list award logo

Matrox Named to Prestigious Military Training Technology Top 100 List.
Recognition for the contribution Matrox has made to the military training industry was awarded based on the Matrox Graphics eXpansion Modules (GXM) series of external graphics hardware.


tech Power Up
"The increased viewing angle you gain [with TripleHead2Go] in the game is simply stunning and you will not want to go back to just a third of that on a normal system after getting used to this setup."


Micro Sim
"First and foremost the TripleHead2Go is dedicated to those who are looking for sensations of realism." (Translated from French).


Guy Graphics
"For more desktop workspace, the TripleHead2Go makes a lot of sense. Sure, tabs are nice. But they often add clutter to a person's already cluttered job-filled mind. Being able to have each application in its own monitor and being able to see those applications at the same time may solve a lot of headache."


ZTele
"This is really, really genius – and this is not limited to Sci-Fi movies. All you need is an old monitor lying around..." (Translated from French).


MMORPG.com
"The Matrox TripleHead2Go brought back the immersion of the first person camera view for me. My gaming experience improved as I enjoyed a surround view of the game worlds. This is the ultimate gamer eye-candy upgrade. Go for it."

PC Photo
PC Photo - January 2007
"Indeed, I am really satisfied with [TripleHead2Go]... I would recommend the setup used for this review to all PC users, that are tired of opening and closing images, popups and applications within a limited workspace offered by a single display.", p.58.


Dator
"It is actually so impressive that we soon forgot the spacing between the screens and just enjoyed the game" (Translated from Swedish). Read the entire review in the 10/2006 issue of DATOR MAGAZIN. "RECOMMENDED" Award:



"[...] the little bugger [TripleHead2Go] was just
too easy to set up and use."


"The TripleHead2Go really does give you the bigger picture."


"TripleHead2Go is simply an even smarter version of the already excellent DualHead2Go." (Translated from Swedish). Read the entire review in the 09/2006 issue of MikroDatorn.




"Overall, the TripleHead2Go is an excellent gadget for desktop power-users who want to increase their desktop space, delivering instant benefits as soon as it's powered up."



"I like that the Matrox TripleHead2Go makes adding additional monitors to a laptop easy and you can now add up to three monitors. Just think of the presentations you can create now."



“Although Windows will happily split itself across several panels, the TH2Go fools it into thinking it's on one huge monitor. Supporting up to three screens running at 1280x1024, it enables you to run at a horizontal resolution of 3840 pixels." Read the entire review in the September issue of PC Pro Magazine.
5 / 6 stars



"TripleHead2Go, building on the DualHead2Go technology, data can be displayed across three monitors allowing for maximum screen real estate." (Translated from Italian) Read the entire review in the June issue of Automazione e Strumentazione.


"…a small external upgrade, TripleHead2Go enables Surround Gaming and TripleHead on all graphics cards. " (Translated from Italian).Read the entire review in the July issue of Il Mio Computer.



“It's been a long time since we've seen a product with so much "wow!" factor, and it's been even longer since we've seen a product with "wow!" factor that retains long-term benefits. Whether you're a video producer, photographer, or you just want to straight-up get your game on, Matrox definitely has a winner with the TripleHead2Go.”


“Do I sound somewhat excited, perhaps? Let me get the technical drivel out of the way, and then you'll start to understand my wonder and awe.”




"Running games on three screens is an amazing experience. [...] I quickly got accustomed to making good use of the extra screen real estate. [...] the TripleHead2Go is a solid product."


"I might buy games for my "regular" widescreen set up if the setup/hack isn't too involved. But, I would buy nigh on every game that works in TripleHead just to try them out - that is how good this is!"





"...you are going to find yourself with a simulator system most flight schools only could dream about just a few years ago. [...] It is an incredible visual experience, you just have to see it once and you’re hooked."


"We think Matrox has a winner. It's low cost, easy to install, and solves a lot of problems. Gamers should like it, the traders should like it, and anyone who wants more than two screens should like it."


“The Triplehead2Go brings the big screen experience to the desktop.”


eWEEK
"TripleHead2Go Monitor Extender Lets Users See (Really) Clearly Now"


Top-Technology Award
"The games gain considerably more realism.
As a gamer, you have more details in view." (Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 46 of the 06/2006 issue (in German).



"The easiest and most trouble-free way to achieve a 3-display cockpit" (Translated from German). Read the entire review in the May 2006 issue of WCM.




"A colleague of our sister publication Gamstar was really euphoric after immersing into the gaming world of Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion for hours." (Translated from German).



"In the past, multiple monitors were the province of Emergency Operations Centers, intelligence agencies, traffic controllers or those dealing with lots of imagery. With the TripleHead2Go, you can be in the ‘big leagues’ too. Once you use a multi-monitor set-up, the applications are endless and it is difficult to go back to just one monitor."



"[…], Thanks to the Surround Gaming support, TripleHead2Go can be used with 3D games [...] delivering the ultimate PC gaming experience to all flight simulations gamers, but also enjoyable in racing and role playing games". (Translated from Italian). Read the entire review on in the June issue.


DDR
Empowering Multi-Display Technology editorial
"Dynamic retail signage on video monitors, plasma screens, and LCDs are the tools to grab attention, inform and entice audiences. Matrox multi-display graphics solutions deliver targeted, noticeable and powerful customer communications in malls and other retail applications that include PoS, kiosks, self-service check-out and more."




"Do you feel cramped when working on your PC? Could you do with a bit more room for a big worksheet, a video edit or a game? […] Matrox has a box of tricks that could get you going with a trio of monitors at low cost."


MacTribe
"Multi-tasking at its best is possible with the TripleHead2Go module from Matrox."


SearchStorage.com
"This three-headed monster is the ideal computer monitor for the busy geek in your life."


bityard
"Matrox [TripleHead2Go] brings a completely new way to enhance your game by allowing you to play across three, LCD panels. This is extreme widescreen!"


really.ru
"...TripleHead2GO has predetermined a new evolutionary turn in use of the wide-form image for visualization of computer games. ..."


BusinessWeek online
"Want to outfit your PC like Bill Gates? Get three screens. You don't have to be a billionaire to work like one. Senior Technology Writer Arik Hesseldahl shows how to expand the desktop of a PC across three displays [with TripleHead2Go]..."


Smart Computing
"We gave this innovative device [TripleHead2Go] a test drive with three monitors and came away impressed with its ability to expand the horizons of our computing environment without even thinking of cracking open a PC case to get there."



“My experience with the TripleHead2Go, [...], was a good one. Opening the door for a widescreen game play system has the gamer in me reborn for a whole new experience.”



"Is it absolutely relaxing and comfortable to spread your envelopes and tools over three displays. Finally space!" (Translated from German). Read the entire review in the 08/2006 issue of the "Studio-Magazin"


"The price of TripleHead2Go seems high, but with its good picture quality and unique functionality, the TripleHead2Go is worth it. For gamers […], TripleHead2Go is an absolute must!"



"In addition to RANGE of sight there is now also a BREADTH of sight." (Translated from German).
Read the entire review in the 05/2006 issue of FS Magazin.



"If you want a large screen for gaming and think that an LCD 30" monitor or superior is the best choice, take into consideration the Matrox solution (TripleHead2Go)[…]." (Translated from Italian)



"Who once experienced Surround-Gaming would never go back to a single monitor." (Translated from German).



"The results are pretty impressive, and, heretical ravings aside, it's actually an extremely simple system. The TripleHead2Go does the job of a monitor's video controller, fooling Windows into thinking it is dealing with a single enormo-screen." Read the entire review in the July 2006 issue of PC Format.


"The Matrox TH2Go is an easy way to add triple-screen capability to compatible systems without opening up your PC and can be a great productivity booster as well as excellent for gaming."



"...the surround-view gives a huge fun when gambling." (Translated from German)
Read the entire review in the 08/2006 issue of SFT-Magazin


Awarded "Best of Show" at Intel Developer Forum 2006
Winner of the Intel Technology Innovation Acceleration Award (TIAA) in the Digital Home category.



"…the enthusiast gamers certainly should like it [TripleHead2Go]. Furthermore, it can be beneficial for desktop applications where more than one monitor is needed. Overall score: 8 (Translated from Italian). Read the entire review in the June issue of The Games Machine.



"Following the success of DualHead2Go, Matrox is once again the king of multi-monitor solutions with its new product [TripleHead2Go] - allowing users to connect 3 monitors from a single graphics card. Is this a new season for Surround Gaming?" (Translated from Italian)


"The cool factor is intense […] This is SERIOUSLY fun gaming. […] I'm happy to report here that signal quality is Matrox style, very good indeed.”


“The TripleHead2Go makes triple screen gaming a reality. It will also be of great interest to workstation CAD designers and with quad screens for notebook users, day traders working from home will want one too."



“We kept turning off the left and right screens and playing for 5 minutes then turning them back on again just so we could look around with that awe at the huge difference it makes.”



"I truly enjoy the Triple Head 2 GO...can't even think of flying with one or even two monitors again."



“You will be stunned. Your friends will look upon you with envy and 3D Gaming will never be the same again.”




"All in all, gaming with TH2Go is pure bliss. Words cannot describe how wonderful it was to have Rise of Legends sprawled out across 3 monitors. The uses for this are not purely for gaming, [...]. No, the boost in productivity for me was astounding as well."


"Wow, this thing is cool. [...] ...using three monitors with the TripleHead2Go is an excellent situation for both productivity and simulations."



"Matrox's solution works as advertised, and can bring a whole new world of productivity and immersive gaming to your desktop PC or laptop."


"...the availability of more to see in games like Oblivion is awesome [...] All things considered, we like what we have seen from both the DualHead2Go and the new TripleHead2Go."


"If you’re looking to expand your Windows Vistas (har har), this is the dongle for you."


"The resulting perspective is tremendous, the illusion of flying profits enormously from this." (Translated from German). Read the entire review on page 61 of the 06/2006 issue (in German).



"Ingenious invention: With the TripleHead2Go from Matrox you're gambling on three monitors." (Translated from German). Read the entire review in the June 2006 issue.








Back to top