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 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). 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). 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.

 

You can also watch the video. We recommend purchasing a protective case. May your monitors last as long as possible!