There are several possibilities. First, check if your computer has a USB-C connector. This is the best option. Through this connector, you will both power the monitor and send the video signal to it.

Beware, not every USB-C connector has a video output plugged into it. USB-C connectors now come in 9 variations. Compatible versions include:

  • C with integrated Thunderbolt 3 (marked with a lightning bolt ⚡︎)
  • USB-C DisplayPort Multi-Function (marked SS and DP)
  • USB-C 3:1 10Gb/s (marked SS+)
  • USB-C 3.1 5Gb/s (marked SS)

If this connector is not included with your laptop, combine USB-A (power) with another connector for video signal transfer (HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, Thunderbolt).

Cables with USB-C -> USB-C, Mini HDMI -> HDMI and USB-C -> USB-A connectors are included. Two pieces of each.

If your laptop does not have enough connectors or does not have HDMI / USB-C, no problem. Additional connectors (DisplayPort, VGA, Thunderbolt) or hubs can be purchased. You can find them HERE in the accessories menu.

Description of the options for each connection:

  • If your laptop has two USB-C ports with video output, you only need two USB-C -> USB-C cables to connect the monitors. Please make sure that the cable is connected to the port on the monitor marked with the SS symbol.
  • If your laptop has an HDMI video port combined with USB-C, use a USB-C -> USB-C cable to connect the first monitor and two cables to connect the second monitor: a mini HDMI -> HDMI cable for video signal transmission and a USB-C -> USB-A cable for power supply. Please make sure that the cable is connected to the port on the monitor marked with the battery symbol.
  • If your laptop has a video port in a combination of DisplayPort and USB-C, you will need to purchase a DisplayPort/HDMI adapter (available in our e-shop HERE). Use a USB-C -> USB-C cable to connect the first monitor and two cables to connect the second monitor: a mini HDMI -> HDMI cable with DisplayPort reduction for video signal transmission and a USB-C -> USB-A cable for power supply. Please make sure that the cable is connected to the port on the monitor marked with the battery symbol.
  • If your laptop has a Thunderbolt and HDMI video port combination, you will need to purchase a Thunderbolt/HDMI reduction (available in our e-shop HERE). Use a USB-C -> USB-C cable to connect the first monitor and two cables to connect the second monitor: a mini HDMI -> HDMI cable with Thunderbolt reduction for video signal transmission and a USB-C -> USB-A cable for power supply. Please make sure that the cable is connected to the port on the monitor marked with the battery symbol.

 

We also recommend purchasing a protective case. May your monitors last as long as possible!