How do you hook up two monitors to a macbook pro
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For those who prefer to get accessories direct from the source, you can also find them in the Apple Store. If you have any further questions on how to do this, please feel free to reach out to our Customer Support team on our website here: Dave Berg, this is certainly an achievable setup!
Cait, We do have a docking station for the legacy MacBook Pros that support a dual display setup as well.
Thanks - please tell us how to help you better. When you use your displays as one continuous desktop, you can spread out your work any way you like. I see we need to purchase some additional cables.
Set up an extended desktop
Regards, Log in to Reply. Your Mac uses the closest matching resolution. I had the same problem as you.
Does this work with your vertical laptop dock system? The blue boxes in the Arrangement pane represent all displays that you've connected to your Mac. If its blue box is at the right side, you can drag it to the left to match the actual location.
Set up video mirroring
Josh, You sure can! As I mentioned above, the dock comes with two Mini Display Port extension cables, so you will be able to plug both MDP displays into these cables.
It's important to note, some Mac's are limited to powering only one external monitor the MacBook Air, for examplewhile others can support two or more. In this example, the smaller box on the left represents a MacBook display.
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I also have an HDMI port from the dock, if I plug in a free-standing monitor to that, will I be able to display a different desktop? Ask other users about this article Wait Our Support team will be able to determine exactly which dock, and which cables you will need in order to get connected.
You can drag them to the other display as needed.
Can I get them additionally by paying extra when I buy the Henge Docks? To switch between video mirroring and an extended desktop, press Command—Brightness Down.
Video mirroring shows the same desktop and windows on multiple displays at the same time. Mike, thanks for reaching out! Visit this pagefind and select your Mac, then look under Graphics and Video support for number of external monitors supported.