09-26-2018 01:53 AM
Please suggest how to connect ideapad 530S to two display monitors?
This product have
1. HDMI Port x 1
2. USB 3.1 Type-C (Not Thunderbolt & Not Support Display Monitor) x 1
3. USB 3.0 x 2
My 2 display monitors can connet with hdmi or vga cable.
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09-26-2018 09:51 AM
02-21-2019 05:04 PM
I am trying to do the same and have a Multi Function Adaptor that plugs int the USB - type C port. It does not recognize my 2nd monitor. Any other suggestions?
02-25-2019 06:23 PM
03-22-2019 11:31 AM
Thanks for the tip. However -
I have my Ideapad 530S (81EU00QAMX) in my office, standing in front of two black monitor that eagers to get a video signal soon. Right now they don't. I went to the retailer to get a tip for a docking that would take care of the video signal handling. After discussing the USB-C port on my ideapad (which is not supporting video signals, they sold me the expensive Thinkpad Thunderbolt 3 dock, ensuring me that this would get my two monitors a worthy life again. No I've got it delivered, and NOTHING plugged into the dock works. even the USB-A port doesn't get recognized.
Are you sure that a cheap universal docking will fix my problem, when the expensive Thinkpad dock can't?
06-08-2019 11:19 AM
On my Lenovo ideapad 320 I have a 2nd monitor (extended) working well using the hdmi port. I'd like to get a 3rd monitor going. My other monitor uses a VGA connection and I purchansed a USB 3 to VGA converter and while my monitor picks up that it is connected it will not show up when I try to extend to it in the same fashion that I did for the 2nd monitor. My question...can I use the USB 3 to do this or do I need to use one of the other regular USB ports that I currently use for my mouse and my printer.