Well, do you need four?I see, thanks for looking into that.
I understand teh Dell might be better for this laptop, but I will probably be switching to a newer laptop which isn't a Dell, so hoping the one I buy will work with thar.
Would you say this one would do the job:
StarTech.com USB C to 4 HDMI Adapter - External Video & Graphics Card - USB Type-C to Quad HDMI Display Adapter Dongle - 1080p 60Hz - Multi Monitor Video Converter - Windows Only (USBC2HD4)
If I were to buy and test it?
Thanks for the heads-up too, I have removed the link.
Isn't this just something you do in Display Settings from right clicking Win desktop? Select the monitor you want to duplicate the laptop screen, select the others that you want to extend the display to.Ok, so I have now have a dock with 2 HDMI ports and 1 VGA port. I can link up two monitors which work, but I cannot get the third one to work.
What's happening is I have three screens, but one of them is the laptop screen. I guess I need to know if there is a way to get the laptop screen onto the third screen?
Is this possible or do I need to buy another item?
Thanks for your help