Bij Cool Info hebben ze een kleine review gepost van de Matrox Millennium G400 met 32MB. Hier heb je wat info over de Dual Head Feature van de kaart, de rest kun je hier vinden.
The venerable TV-Out: plug a cable into the back of your video card and play games, watch movies, or whatever else you feel like doing on a television. Some people simply can't live without it -- which doesn't come as a surprise. For those who fall into that category, Matrox has taken the concept one step further with DualHead Display. Instead of using a video port, the G400 has not one, but two monitor jacks, which means that a TV, through an included adapter, or even a second monitor can be connected.
Of course, not everyone knows why having a second monitor can be beneficial. Let me explain:
Have you ever been editing an image and been forced to zoom in on an object, then zoom back out to make sure nothing appears out of place? It's a cumbersome process that no one wants to have to go through. If you're into image design, Dual Head display takes on an almost ethereal quality -- especially for professionals. By having two monitors hooked up to the G400, you can, essentially, see two different perspectives of an image. If a picture were being edited, a close up view, for touch ups, and a distant view, to make sure nothing was displaced, could be switched to and from with a touch of a button, allowing much more freedom to experiment, and a lot less hassle.
The advantages of Dual-Head display don't stop there, however. It also allows you to do two different tasks at once with relative ease. You can surf the 'net, and while the page is loading, switch over to the other monitor and work on an important document or play a game of Solitaire.
Dual Head Display is one of the most innovative and unique features I've seen implemented into a consumer-level retail product. To be honest, this is the only graphics card Cool Info has seen with a display of this type. In short, the Dual Head capabilities of the G400 alone make the card worth buying.