Bright Side of News is demonstrating some of its new technologies at CeBIT, including a single PC that drives 12 displays! This is not intended for gaming though, it's aimed at graphics professionals.
The system was built using an Intel Core i7 processor, shedload of system memory and twelve 26" NEC MultiSync LCD2690WUXI with a native resolution of 1920x1200. We like the fact that Matrox used displays with 16:10 ratio, rather than 16:9 screens that are all over the show.
The M9188 is nothing else but a dual-GPU setup with eight mini-DisplayPort connectors, while the M9148 comes with quad DisplayPort output. The company demonstrated 8100x3880 resolution, i.e. 7680x3600 pixels with 70 pixels reserved for bezel correction.