Precision m6600 external monitor size question.

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  1. jimbo007

    jimbo007 Notebook Enthusiast

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    pitz Notebook Deity

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    Throw it on an E-dock, you should be able to attach 2 external screens of at least 1080p, and I think 1440p (or even 2500x1600) will work. So that gives you a lot of options through an E-Dock. E-Docks are DisplayPort or DVI, so if you get a HDMI, you'll need an adapter to wire it through a dock.
     
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    The E dock is amazing. I like the 1440p monitor idea. Now time to research for the best displays.
    Thanks for the info.
     
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    dafunk60 Notebook Consultant

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    The docks are so cheap now there's no reason not to get one. I ran 3 24" 1920x1200 & the M6600 1920x1080 display with the 3000M & i7-2720 for many years & it worked great.
     
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