As we all know, despite the many advantages, from mobile computers, there are a lot of disadvantages. From the beginning of their instance, Notebooks have always been limited in their ability to upgrade hardware as opposed to personal computers. In particular, replacing the video card in the vast majority of devices is simply impossible.
Yes, even gaming notebooks, with very few exceptions, can hardly be compared with the powerful desktops. Almost every gamer would not give up the laptop, which in a compact size and could absorb any dimensional masterpiece on high graphics settings. It is now an opportunity to connect an external graphics card to the laptop for expanding the gaming capabilities of your mobile computer.
Thus, you may get a question that if you should get an expensive external video card or not. Of course, an exorbitant model is not necessary. If you have spare money to afford an external graphics card at a price of over $300, then you can afford a gaming notebook with powerful high configurations. A device at less than $100 might be a good choice for most gamers.
EXP GDC is the Notebook external graphics adapter equipment, including power and other necessary accessories. The MAC Version V8.0 EXP GDC comes with 4-pin interface, two in yellow, two in red. It supports MacBook models including 2013 and later MacBook Pro, 2011 and later MacBook Air, and 2014 and later Mac mini. The power supply is not included in the set.
The most importantly, this MAC Version V8.0 EXP GDC External Video Card was sold at Banggood by asking only $59.99.