Multiple monitors, shouldn’t be that difficult to achieve. After all, the 2008-2011 MBP has a mini display port and display port is meant to be able to daisy chain devices. However, apparently with Apple, you must have a non-graphics device between two monitors in the chain (this post) or both monitors at the end of the chain (this post).
So maybe there is another solution…
- Macbook pro 2010 with 2 external monitors without its main display
- Dual monitor (in addition to native screen) on MacBook Pro 2010
- How To: Run External Displays with your USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 MacBook – Single Cable, Dual External Displays – thinly veiled advertisment.
Second hand on eBay
- Matrox TripleHead2Go Digital Edition (T2G-D3D-IF) Graphics Card, £31.51
- This Matrox external graphics device, Matrox DualHead2Go Series – DualHead2Go Digital ME, is recommended in this thread, Dual monitor (in addition to native screen) on MacBook Pro 2010.
- This triple head Matrox external graphics device, Matrox TripleHead2Go Series –
TripleHead2Go DP Edition