If the latest refresh of Apple's MacBook Pro weren't tasty enough with their Retina display running 2880x1800, then the news of the notebook being capable of driving three external displays simultaneously should excite you.
Other World Computing posted the above picture on their blog showing off a Retina display-powered MBP hooked up to two iMacs, serving as Thunderbolt displays, with a third monitor plugged in through HDMI. This gives us four screens, with a total of 15,680,000 pixels.
OWC Mike seemed impressed with the results and performance of the MacBook Pro, saying:
Moving images and media didn't create any lag and we were able to play video on all four displays simultaneously.
Now that is impressive.
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