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Old 08-06-2013, 01:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Extended Monitor on the Acer Veriton N VN2620G-UC8872X

Been getting diff answers from sales people, will i be able to run dual monitors/extended with this Acer | Veriton N | VN2620G-UC8872X | Datasheet

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The Celeron 887 supports a max of 2 displays and the little box has DVI and HDMI output according to the spec sheet. With that info, simple answer it should yes.
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