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Thread: Create an extra VGA port on a Dell Inspiron 1501

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    Variable Bitrate tigergibb's Avatar
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    Don't use lilliputs, they suck and you getting two of them is almost a guarantee that at least one of them will break. Spend the extra buck for a Xenarc.. trust me. Now that I have a POS(Lilliput), I wish I just spent the extra money for the Xenarc.

    Lilliput 1: Controller screwed up
    Lilliput 2: Touchscreen died (Now using a wireless keyboard as main input device)

    Oh, and I was VERY careful when handling the monitors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tigergibb View Post
    Don't use lilliputs, they suck and you getting two of them is almost a guarantee that at least one of them will break. Spend the extra buck for a Xenarc.. trust me. Now that I have a POS(Lilliput), I wish I just spent the extra money for the Xenarc.

    Lilliput 1: Controller screwed up
    Lilliput 2: Touchscreen died (Now using a wireless keyboard as main input device)

    Oh, and I was VERY careful when handling the monitors.
    we where talkin about how to get dual head on a laptop...not how good/bad lilliputs are...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BREWDOG52 View Post
    Tis is taken from matrox's website.

    Run your Windows desktop at up to 2560 x 1024 resolution in 16.7M colors at 60Hz stretched across two displays (1280 x 1024 per display).

    run each lilli at 800x600 (this is their native rsolution) or is it 800x480.. I don't have a lilliput. why would you need a resolution greater than 1280x1024 when the native res. is 800x600?

    I'm so confused now, maybe someone else can take over and provide you with better help.

    Like i said i think i am stuck with the USB VGA adapter... i will post what solution i have taken with a few pics...

    BREWDOG52 thnx for all the help so far

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    Your welcome, and good luck.

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