Oh yeah the wonders of Dual Display can be wonderful and it definitely increases productivity. The very nice thing about the technology today is that video cards have the ability to run multiple monitors using one computer, or a laptop. Now it’s either you choose to “mirror” your display or use another setting to “extend” your monitor to allow the cursor freely move from the primary display to the second if it was all one surface. You can move Applications , icons, and all other neat things onto the secondary monitor and start taking advantage of the increased desktop real estate. With this setup, you computer becomes more convenient and fun to use. Making you more productive and happy, if you know what I mean.
Personally, I love all the space I see it gives me freedom because I’m not cramped looking at my laptop with a 15 inch display, now for my Dual Display setup on my Laptop and 21 inch flat screen monitor I put my Browser and some of my word processing software on the bigger screen, then put my IM, Email Client, Media Player on the Laptop screen so I get double the fun and double the workload done. And the most important part of Dual Displays is Playing Games on one screen and doing work on the other, that actually boosts my morale on blogging. I can work and play all day and not be hassled by blaming myself that I played all day and didn’t get any work done. Because I have Windows Vista on my laptop, I never had any problem with graphic cards and stuff, since Windows Vista would need an awesome criteria of specs for it to be able to run properly. So 3d gaming is a go!, Dual Displays… Better! Imagine 8 hours of work, while you’re working on the other screen you look on your other screen and you’re running Civilization and you’re currently controlling and amassing your empire. So Dual Displays is the way to go and the only thing left is to add more screens. How about Quadruple Displays? anyone?