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Can I use these with an iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2015 with AMD Radeon R9 M395X 4096 MB video card)? Is there a Thunderbolt-2 to USB-C adaptor
Can this be used as an extra monitor for an iMac Pro?
The 5K version of this monitor clearly specifies that the interface is Thunderbolt 3. This one only says USB-C. But non-thunderbolt monitors don't seem to work on the iMac Pro.
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macbook pro 2014 retina display with thunderbolt 2 to usbc external monitor connectivity
I have connectivity issues trying to use the above macbook pro to drive LG 4K ( lg27UK850) display with USBC ( not thunderbolt 3) without losing resolution . There are major issues with the thunderbolt 2 ports as no adaptors available with a thunderbolt 3-usbc female and thunderbolt 2 male. I would loose resolution if I use the HDMI port. Suggestions please?
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Can you connect 2x LG UltrafIne 4k to the USB-C ports at the back of the lg ultrafine 5k display connected via Thunderbolt3 to MBP 2018?
Can I use this with with a late 2011 17" MacBook Pro (8,3)?
- Asked by Peter C from Dallas
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Is the LG UltraFine 4K display compatible with the new mac mini?
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Will this display work with both a Windows PC and a Mac? Also, can you daisy-chain two monitors and have it work with both a Windows PC and Mac?
My personal computer is a 2014 MacBook Pro Retina and my work computer is a 2016 HP EliteBook with USB-C port. I'm hoping that since this display supports USB-C that I can use either my personal or work computer with it (and daisy-chain two monitors for dual-monitor functionality).
Powering: "Normal On" is 120W according to the specs. 120W when charging a compatible Mac, right? How much for powering the display only?