Montreal, Canada, August 5, 2008/PRNewswire – Matrox Graphics announces new triple widescreen modes for the TripleHead2Go Digital Edition: 3x1680x1050 and 3x1440x900. The new modes allow gaming enthusiasts and professionals to benefit from the advantages of widescreen technology across an astonishing desktop set-up.
“With TripleHead2Go, users can now drive three widescreen monitors from a single system,” says Caroline Injoyan, Business Development Manager, Matrox Graphics. “The ultra-wide desktop gives gamers a maximum field-of-view for an unrivaled gaming experience and professionals a vast desktop for managing multiple applications.”
The expanded playing area provides gaming enthusiasts with extra pixel space to view wider interactive scenes for a competitive advantage during game play. What’s more, the additional onscreen information in a widescreen Surround Gaming(tm) set-up creates a heightened level of immersion for a more enjoyable gaming environment.
“TripleHead2Go offers us an amazing panoramic setup on any system in the blink of an eye,” remarks Marek Spanel, CEO, Bohemia Interactive. “Seeing brand new game worlds spread out to the far corners of your view is quite simply, stunning.”
Professional workstation users can also benefit from a triple-widescreen desktop-less scrolling, toggling, and re-sizing of windows significantly enhances efficiency and increases overall productivity by ensuring all the information they need is conveniently at their fingertips.
Availability & Compatibility
The new TripleHead2Go widescreen modes-enabled by connecting the TripleHead2Go to the system’s dual-link DVI connector-are available with select NVIDIAÂ® and ATIÂ® GPUs running under MicrosoftÂ® WindowsÂ® XP and WindowsÂ® Vista(tm) operating systems. For complete compatibility and free software download information, visit www.matrox.com/graphics/triplewide .
TripleHead2Go currently supports over 250 popular game titles across a wide variety of game genres. To find out more, visit http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/support/gxm/windows/th2go/digital/howto1/