To be sure what we had I fetched the manual.
The MacBook has USB and Thunderbolt so I can't guess which exact model as well as how you intend to use the displays. Here's some ideas.
Oddity item ONE! -> These are not 1080 displays. Just 1050. After having a few 1050 displays I junked them. Well, there were "gifted" so we never had to deal with those things again!
2. Connections seem to be DVI-D (ProLite E2202WS only) and 15 pin VGA AKA DSUB. As you wrote you had the w model, I will not explore any DVI-D solution.
3. For ONE display I see the usual at
4. For the second display you'll have to use one of the common USB VGA VIDEO cards. Try the ones by Sewell.
I'm going to stop here but SPLITTERS are the wrong path. Good thing you didn't do that.
I am trying to connect my mid 2012 Mac Book Pro (2.4Ghz Intel Core i5) to 2 external Pl2202w iiyama monitors. But as this model has only one Thunderbolt Port I cannot use a Dvi splitter. And as both external displays are non-Apple products, I am unable to daisy-chain them to create a multi-displayed desktop. I have searched all over the internet (Ebay, Amazon, Apple, OWC, Maplin, PC-world, Currys and general searches on Google) and I have failed to find a cable or hub that is not too expensive and will enable me to achieve what I want. It can't be that hard can it??