Graphics card technology has finally caught up
When openMobile was first designed the idea of multi-monitor support seemed strange to many. After all, at that time computers were limited to 2 displays per graphics card. Not too long after that, USB monitors were created, allowing the possibility of up to 4 monitors per pc (although only standard resolution video playback was supported).
Now in the last few months, AMD has released a new line of Eyefinity graphics cards:
These cards support 3-6 monitors each, along with full 1080p HD playback (and some even support 3D gaming). This technology will no doubt be expanded and included in more of AMDs graphics cards (possibly even some of their onboard graphics offerings) and hopefully competing technology will begin appearing.