Referrals: New article evaluates external graphics for Macs

The idea of using external graphics as a means of beefing up a laptop or desktop computer is not new, but it has been revitalized by the availability of Thunderbolt on modern machines. In 2008 ATI developed an external graphics box that connected to a laptop via what ATI called eXternal Graphics Port (XGP). Fujitsu and MSI built lap tops ...

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