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Laptop Station: Home

The laptop station facilitates connectivity to your personal laptop via HDMI, USB-C, or DisplayPort, enabling seamless integration with the monitor.

Laptop Station Location

We have several spots in the Archer Library where users can connect their Laptop to the 29-inch Monitor installed and can get a Dual Screen Setup.

Locations in Archer Library where Monitors are installed:

Main Floor: 21 stations

3rd Floor: 3 stations

4th Floor: 3 stations

5th Floor: 3 stations

The Laptop station facilitates users to connect their Laptop via HDMI, USB-C, or Display port enabling seamless integration with the 29 inches Monitor

Dual Monitors setup on Windows

To get your PC to recognize multiple monitors:

Make sure your cables are connected properly to the new monitors, then press Windows logo key  + P to select a display option.

If you need more help, here's what to do: 

  1. Select Start > Settings > System > Display. Your PC should automatically detect your monitors and show your desktop. If you don't see the monitors, select Detect.

  2. In the Multiple displays section, select an option from the list to determine how your desktop will display across your screens.

  3. Once you've selected what you see on your displays, select Keep changes.

You can change the resolution of your displays. However, we suggest using the recommended resolution to get the most out of your displays.

Dual Monitors setup on Mac

Connect a monitor to your Mac using HDMI, USB-C.

If your monitor doesn't have the right input for your Mac, you will need to buy a special cable or adapter.

Here's how to set up dual monitors on a Mac

  1. Connect the monitor to the Mac, using the appropriate cable and adapters if necessary.

  2. After connecting, it will automatically detect and activate the second monitor, although the settings may not be to your liking.

  3. Click the Apple menu < click System Preferences < click Displays < click Arrangement; On your main display, you'll see a diagram showing positioning of your displays. If they're not positioned correctly, you can drag one of the monitors and set into the correct position.

  4. Click the correct resolution for your display