connect 3 external monitors to a laptop


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I bought a brand new ASUS k53E laptop with Intel i5 processor, 4GB RAM. It came with an Intel video card. Does pluggable technologies offer any products to connect 3 external monitors to this laptop?

IF so, would you recommend the model number and SKU of the product you recommend? IF more than one pluggable tech product can do that THEN would you rank your top 3 choices as first choice, second choice and third choice?

email: IshwarShah@gmail.com
phone: 281 601 6868


#2

Hi Ishwar,

Thanks for posting your question here! All our USB Graphics Adapters should work without issues with your new laptop to connect external monitors.

Important factors on that help in deciding which is the best adapter would depend on the native resolution supported by the monitors and the mode (VGA or DVI) of connection.

Here is a brief info about our Graphic Adapters-:

  1. Plugable UGA-2K-A - Our high-end product in this category capable of supporting resolutions upto 2048×1152. Can be used for display through VGA, DVI or HDMI ports.

  2. Plugable UGA-165 - Our mid-range product in this category capable of supporting resolutions upto 1920×1080. Can be used for display through VGA, DVI or HDMI ports.

  3. Plugable USB-VGA-165 - Our mid-range product in this category capable of supporting resolutions upto 1920×1080. This is for VGA display only. Does not come with DVI/HDMI Adapter

  4. Plugable UGA-125- Our lower-end product in this category capable of supporting resolutions upto 1280×1024. Can be used for display through VGA, DVI or HDMI ports.

  5. Plugable USB2-HDMI-165- Our specific product for connecting computers to the HDMI port of TVs and monitors with TV tuner cards capable of supporting resolutions upto 2048×1152.

If you post back here or shoot us an email at support@plugable.com, with the make and models of the external monitors or the native resolutions supported by them and mode (VGA or DVI) through which you would prefer to connect, we would be glad to give you recommendations based on those factors.

Regards,
Roze


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