It was a wiggle, I saw it!
And I almost forgot to mention it. Matrox has cooked up a new revision of its DualHead multi-monitor support, the transparently cheesily named eDualHead, that offers the previously unobtainable holy grail of DualHead features:
Third-generation DualHead also includes the industry-first of true multi-display support in Microsoft® Windows® 2000. Matrox's true multi-display supports independent resolutions and color depths on multiple outputs-a feature which is not natively supported on single-chip multi-display devices operating on Windows® 2000.Finally, matching monitors (or something close to it) not required! They've beaten NVIDIA and ATI to the goal on this one. There are a number of other new features, including the ability to switch DualHead modes without rebooting, plus some kinda-gimmicky IE5.5 tie-ins. But the more robust dual-monitor support in Win2K is the real excitement. You can read more about it all here.
We now return you to your regularly scheduled Matrox spin cycle. EMBM, DualHead, G400. EMBM, DualHead, G400. EMBM, DualHead, G400...
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