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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by TheFreak55, Jun 13, 2015.
if you have time could you find one that has this?
What device do you use to split to two screens? Was not aware you could do this. Might be my 2015 MBP but I currently have it as my 2nd screen and one of my two monitors as the main. I'd love to split between my two monitors and just shut the MBP.
Yeah I don’t know what half of those features mean.
a computer you silly bitch
I bought a MBP docking station on Amazon. I might even still have it. I had a MAC for work a few years ago.
1. HDMI and 2. Mini display port to hdmi adapter
oh, if you don't have an older one that you'd probably have to check eBay or local things like craigslist
Idk of online computer stores who sell the older tower mac pros
eBay does. I just don’t know what I’m looking for
Paid off our two iPhone X today.
Feel like it will help me not buy whatever new phone comes out in September since I’ll be payment free for awhile.
depends on if you want one that runs 10.14 or not
these two appear to be tapped out at 10.13
not seeing any with a graphics card that meet the requirements in that article to get 10.14
So I could run two mini display port to hdmi adapters rather than my one?
Using an amazon basics adapter
This is brilliant, I'm an idiot.
My one monitor is connected hdmi to hdmi and the other is hdmi to mini display port using the hdmi to display port adapter
you can also leave the screen open and go with three screens
I’ve posted this video in here before, but I did this to my 2009 MBP and it’s now lightning fast. I didn’t even do the RAM upgrade they suggest, just the SSD. Very easy.
Super easy. There are YT tutorials. It will be like a new machine
Depending in the version of DP, a Display Port connection should be able to control four 1920x1080 displays.
So how about when the screen goes black and says it can’t find the finder.?
Tried to reboot per internet instruction but no luck.
the adapters you guys talked about above work great. I use a dock made by Plugable. It's pretty pricey though (work bought it since it's for work).
To use clamshell mode, you just need an external display, keyboard, and mouse.
triple post due to browser crash
Just picked up a new MacBook Air with iogear dock
Slid in a new SSD and man this thing is crazy fast (relative to what it was, anyway).