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PS42 Extended Display
« on: 11-February-19, 07:02:42 »

Hi -

I am a happy owner of the PS42 8RB. Recently I have attempted to setup dual monitor extended displays and have encountered some issues.

What was not clear in the beginning was that neither the USB-C nor the Thunderbolt ports support display outputs - can someone please confirm this is the case, or have I false info ?

Secondly, if anyone has managed to extend the display to dual monitors how did you do so ? It appears now the only option is to pay 200+ euro for an external display hub. Finding one which is compatible with my OS (Ubuntu 18.04) is a bit of a crap shoot.

Many thanks for any and all info.


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Re: PS42 Extended Display
« Reply #1 on: 03-March-19, 21:50:31 »

Hello, the PS42 could only use HDMI to have 1 external display, not able to use Type-C to transfer because it's USB3.1, no Display Port or Thunderbolt function.

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Re: PS42 Extended Display
« Reply #2 on: 07-March-19, 03:16:04 »

The Type-C on ps42 doesn't support TB3. 
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Re: PS42 Extended Display
« Reply #3 on: 08-March-19, 02:15:08 »

Use the HDMI port for a second display!
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