The i5-3210 that is on that motherboard has an Intel HD 4000 graphics coprocessor.
It is not a 'pseudo' GPU but a fully fledged GPU core designed by Intel that just happens to use the same memory as your CPU. It is 'shared' memory graphics as opposed to 'dedicated' memory.
The HD 4000 may not be able to beat a mid to high range dedicated graphics card but it is by no means a slouch.
You should be fine to run a second display at full 1920*1080 resolution at the same time as your main laptop screen.
I have this exact processor in my laptop (no dedicated graphics either) and it is fine to run both the internal and external display at the same time.
It may not be able to play games at high quality levels but for general duty work it is fine.
The worst thing you have is that by default the graphics will duplicate the laptop display to your monitor and you will need to right click the desktop, select "Screen Resolution" and change the type from "Duplicate" to "Extend these displays" as below. You may have to click apply before you can change the resolution but all being well it should default to the native resolution of the monitor.