How To Connect An External Monitor To A Chromebook

How To Connect External Monitor To Chromebook

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Is the little screen that’s built into your Chromebook just not enough? Well, in this video, Timmy shows you how to connect your Chromebook to an external monitor. Or even two monitors, three if you count the built in one.

Timmy walks you through all the different ports cables and adapters you might need to get it set up and connected to your Chromebook, and Timmy shows you a few different settings that you might need to adjust to get the most out of your setup.

Here are some links to different adapters you might need:
(You don’t have to buy these exact ones, a similar hub or adapter with the same ports on it will do pretty much the job just the same. But, if you have a 4K monitor, you’ll want to make sure it is capable of 4K@60Hz, not 4K@30Hz.)

Disclaimer: These are affiliate links, so Timmy will earn a commission on anything you buy through them at no extra cost to you.

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