You may be wanting to use your laptop to work on other projects simultaneously.
And you want to have more screen real estate to have multiple projects and windows open. Maybe you’re watching a movie on one screen and your Adobe Premiere Pro editor on the next screen.
You may be wondering how to connect multiple monitors to your laptop and don’t know-how.
So let’s dive deep into what connections are needed and what ports are necessary to make the right connections.
1. Check Laptop Output
2. Setting Up – Display Adaptor
You’ll need to have a USB display adaptor that you can invest in; they are reasonably cheap and is easy to install.
The USB display adaptor allows your laptop connect to two or multiple displays simultaneously with ease.
A great brand is Plugable Display Adaptor, which lets you connect up to three displays at once.
The Plugable display adaptor connects to a USB 2.0 to a DVI display adaptor, which also lets you expand up to six displays at once and will be compatible with DVI, VGA, and HDMI monitors.
It’s very easy to set-up and user-friendly. And there’s no need to download any drivers as well.
3. Connecting Your Laptop
Now plug in your USB 2.0 cable into your laptop and your display adaptor.
Then plug in your display cable to your display adaptor and into your monitor.
And then that’s it; you’re all set.
You’ll be able to connect multiple displays using the display adaptor mentioned above.
Hopefully, this guide helps and will give you the extra needed monitors.
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