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Tritton USB 2.0 Video Card for Mac mini


trittonWant to add a second display to your Mac mini? If so, you'll be glad to hear that Tritton is making its SEE2, the industry's first USB 2.0 to SVGA adapter, Mac mini compatible as of July 5th. Actually, this means it will be fully Mac compatible, working with any system running USB 2.0, but since the Mac mini is the only system that doesn't support some sort of monitor-spanning and cannot add the necessary port to support it via a PCMIA card.

[via Engadget]


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