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It's probably expensive from Thunderbolt support alone.
Besides, it's obviously useless for home users with dedicated VGA, what's with having more than two display ports on a single card in newer generations.
Which is why this product is primarily aimed at business users, where people are most likely won't be lugging around their desktops and using laptops instead.
And here's one other thing : your OS will probably see it as just a single monitor with a very wide width; (probably) no more Eyefinity or Surround monitor setup headaches.
Dunno if it has a bezel compensation setup, though.
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