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Can 13" MBP drive a 30" monitor with the adapter

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I have an end-user who is wanting to get a 13" MBP (against my wishes) but currently has the 30" monitor. I wasn't sure if the mini display port to dvi adapter will work with the combo. I know it is for sale on the site with the laptop, but I have run into issues in the past like this and just would like to verify.

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I'm curious how wanting to get something against your wishes works.
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I'm curious how wanting to get something against your wishes works.

He's in charge of what his company buys and he doesn't want to get this guy a Macbook?

It will work, though. But you have to use Apple's expensive powered adapter, third-party adapters seem to have compatibility problems and the passive (unpowered) adapters are only single-link DVI.
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