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- Dave Martindale
October 9, 2007, 5:40 pm
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Likely. The graphics hardware can probably use separate frame buffer
memory for the two outputs, giving you two completely independent
desktops (as well as other modes like mirroring the same content in
both). But you'll have to check the specific laptop.
(I've owned 3 laptops and all of them would do this, so it's not rare).