Yes, there is.
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Yes, there is.
In short, Yes.
I recently purchased 2 of these monitors to replace my Dell UltraSharp 34" widescreen. Both work well when connected to my MacBook Pro but unfortunately I am unable to utilise both screens with my work laptop. I believe this is because my work laptop has what Dell call a DisplayPort over USB Type-C and not Thunderbolt 3.
Now I'm trying to find a solution where I can use both...
Yes. But you will have to purchase a VESA stand and mount the monitor on that.
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The normal resolution options are:
with "Default for display" being 1920x1080
However, by holding down the option key when you select the "Scaled" radio button, you then have the following resolutions available:
which is a lot!
The description states: “The display has two Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports, and you can use one to con
Yes, you can connect a hub of ethernet and/or USB-A connections that roll up to the hub in the monitor itself. I have two monitors daisy-chained and a bunch of different USB-C cables plugged into them, including a gigabit ethernet-to-USB-C adapter as well as a USB 3.0 type A hub. It's awesome just having to plug/unplug ONE cable to/from your laptop. These monitors are worth every penny. Oh, did I mention I'm driving it all with a 2016 MacBook Pro 13.3"?? (2 TB3 ports)
Use the Thunderbolt 3 cable with the MacBook Pro. It will allow a 40 Gbps Thunderbolt connection.
The USB-C cable will also work, but may limit you to 20 Gbps Thunderbolt. You should be able to get full capability (4K60 + USB 3) from a 20 Gbps Thunderbolt connection. But you will limit the speed of other Thunderbolt devices you connect to the LG UltraFine 4K and you can't chain a second 4K60 display.
There is also a possibility that the USB-C cable might limit you to 4K60 + USB 2 with no Thunderbolt. Check for Thunderbolt connection and speed using About this Mac -> System Report -> Thunderbolt.
The USB section of the System Report will tell you if the ports of the display are USB 3 or USB 2 capable.
I have a MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports), I would like to connect 3 of these m
If this monitor is plugged into a USB-C iPad Pro, will the monitor be able to display 2160p60 while
PWM backlight could cause eye strain and headache
According to review done by RTINGS, yes. Around 700 Hz is the frequency. Nonexistent at 100% or 0% backlight, more pronounced at 50%.
I am interested to know if this display can take Nintendo Switch or any other HDMI connected device.
The answer was a hard "no" for the previous generation -- just curious if the upgrade from USB-C to