Using DisplayPort 1.2 Multi Stream would do the trick, as in a DisplayPort 1.2 Multi Stream hub.
Products here: http://www.displayport.org/products-database/
You could also check out an Intel WiDi solution: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/intel-wireless-display.html
More info on 3 display here: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/graphics-drivers/000005556.html
Thank you very much for that information Gize2, it is very useful in this case, we appreciate that.
To Nucnice, the option that we recommend to use to configure a triple display is the daisy chain through display port.
You can do a daisy chain using the mini display port, for that to work you need 2 monitors that have at least 2 display ports, so you can connect the NUC to one of the monitors, then connect that first monitor to the second monitor, and then connect the second monitor to the NUC.
Besides that, just like it was mentioned above, there are different adapters and converters that will be useful in order to set up a triple display, the thing about that is that Intel® cannot guarantee full compatibility with all peripherals, adapters or converters available in the market.
On the following link you will be able to see some of the tested peripherals that worked with the NUC:
Any questions, please let me know.
The user already has three monitors, so why would the user buy new ones? With a DisplayPort MST hub, the user can just add adapters as needed to output to whichever input connection the users' monitor requires.
Besides, on the NUC compatibility list that you linked, there's a StarTech MSTDP123DP listed as compatible -- it is virtually the same item as I linked, other than the fact that the input connector is full sized DisplayPort vs a Mini DisplayPort (The NUCi5RYH is Mini DisplayPort).
Not sure if you're in a hurry to set this up, but GoRite has a VGA NUC lid on their coming soon page: LID VGA with USB 2.0 Port . If any of the monitors have a VGA connection you'd have your 3 monitor option right there.
GoRite just sent me a sample of the lid. I'll be testing it and posting a review on my site within the next few days: nucguru.com
Thank you very much to all the peers participating on this thread, your information is very helpful.
To Nucnice, I just wanted to check if you were able to configure the triple display?
Any questions, please let me know.
Hi Alberto and all,
I went ahead and purchased a Tripplite B155-002-DP-V2 2-Port Mini DisplayPort 1.2 to DisplayPort MST Hub
2 Port Mini DisplayPort 1.2 DisplayPort Multi Stream Transport MST Hub 3840 2160 4K 2K UHD (B155-002-DP-V2) | Tripp Lite on eBay for $29 (I got lucky). Regular price about $75. I was crossing my fingers the entire time hoping it would be compatible with the nuc.
Well, after a whole week of waiting, I finally got it today. I set it up and it worked beautifully! Both 32" monitors are plugged into the MST hub via DisplayPort. The hub is then plugged into the mini DisplayPort of the Nuc. My third monitor is connected using an hdmi to mini-DisplayPort cable. Powered it up and now I have three monitors. Life is beautiful.
Thank you for all your help guys! Really appreciated!
That's awesome! I've never tried a DisplayPort hub. Glad to hear it worked out for you!
Perfect, excellent, we are really glad to hear that the triple display is finally working, great news.
Any further assistance, do not hesitate in contact us again.