Before I actually ask anything, here are the specs for of interest:
Computer: MacBook Pro Mid-2010 Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU M 520 @ 2.40 GHz 2.40 GHz HD: 320 GB RAM: 8 GB Video/Graphics Card: Nvidia GT 330M OS: Windows 7 Professional Monitor Resolution(s): 1920 x 1080
Currently, I have two 23 inch LED monitors connected to my computer, one being through the miniport via HDMI adapter, the other being through USB with DisplayLink's Plugable UGA-2K-A USB 2.0 Graphics Adapter, both of which function fine, except for the occasional pixel lag on the monitor hooked up through DisplayLink's USB adapter.
I am not a gamer, so I am not looking for that type of functionality; but I am greedy, and I would love to add a 3rd monitor if it were possible, but I am unsure of what my video card can handle. My plan would be to buy USB hub and another DisplayLink adapter and hook up the third monitor through that, with the monitor ideally being another 23 inch LED monitor. With all that being said, I was hoping if someone knew if a) the Nvidia GT 330M can handle a third monitor and b) in your opinion, is it worth it to even add a third monitor.