“Apple’s new big-screen 27-inch iMac, released on Tuesday, comes with two Thunderbolt ports for both high-speed input/output and Mini DisplayPort support for additional monitors,” Sam Oliver reports for AppleInsider.
“The inclusion of two Thunderbolt ports means the iMac can support three displays, when combined with the 27-inch screen on the all-in-one machine,” Oliver reports. “Engadget put the new feature to the test, hooking two 30-inch Dell displays up to the two Thunderbolt ports on the 27-inch iMac.”
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Oliver reports, “The end result was a total of 11,878,400 pixels spanning three displays.”
Full article, with a video of the new iMac powering 3 displays, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]