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I'm considering to bu a laptop, which should have two HDMI ports for external monitors, and with which I can create a tripple monitor setup (2 external and laptop's own).

My google skills could not help me to locate such a machine. I would prefer to not use external adapters.

Any recommendations?

Bonus feature: 2 HDDs

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closed as off topic by Mokubai, sudo, slhck, nhinkle Apr 26 '12 at 19:34

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You questions reads like a shopping recommendation (which are off topic on Super User). The question Are there any laptops that natively support 2 external displays? might not get closed. This one probably will. –  sudo Apr 26 '12 at 19:30

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It is almost impossible to find a laptop with more than one HDMI connector. I would advise you find a laptop with at least one DisplayPort (even if it's miniDP), and then another connector may be HDMI or VGA.

You shouldn't have difficulty finding laptops with HDMI and VGA. I am however kind of wary of their behavior. It is likely that most will enable 3 monitor configurations, but some may only allow one additional external monitor. I highly recommend asking the vendor, or figuring out a way to test it before purchase.

As for 2 HDD bays, there are some out there, but you really need to hunt for them, they are typically found on higher end models. My GF has an Acer laptop with 2 bays.

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