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Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows 10, Microsoft Windows 8.1, Windows 8 or Windows 7.

Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer: Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer 2010 or Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer 2007.

Hardware: A system with multiple display outputs.

The following vendors manufacture multi-monitor graphic display cards:

  1. ATI: ATI manufactures true dual-head and quad-head cards - ATI FirePro 2450.
  2. Matrox: Matrox manufactures true dual-head cards - Millennium G450, Millennium G550, Matrox P650 and P750, Matrox Parhelia.
  3. NVidia: NVidia's MX and Go series of graphic cards have multi-monitor features. GeForce2 and GeForce4 both have MX and Go variants.

Click here to see a range of multi-monitor cards available through Amazon.

Many modern laptops support dual monitor functions without extra hardware. To extend a laptop with more monitors, USB display adapters or a PCMCIA graphic card can be plugged into the laptop. A USB display adapter plug into the USB ports of your machine. The PCMCIA graphic card will fit into the laptop's PCMCIA slot and can be connected to another monitor. PowerViewer can use this monitor as another monitor.

USB display adaptors are also available in the market and they provide a very inexpensive way to add display outputs to your laptop. Click here for a list of some of the USB display adaptors available from Amazon.

Village Tronic VTBook is an example of the PCMCIA graphic cards available in the market.


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