I know this has been asked before, but given the new Macbooks October 2016, and all these new Type-C USB/Thunderbolt ports that supposedly can do everything, I want to ask again, how is it possible to hook up two (DELL 2515H) monitors with DisplayPort 1.2?
Most notebooks I'm looking at to buy, they all have HDMI, newer models do not have mDP port anymore. But they all have USB-Type-C.
I am looking at a bunch of notebooks and they all have the USB Type-C port (Thunderbolt 3). But how do I physically make the connection? I know the wires are the same, so it should work just like that. Correct?
- The miniDisplayport-Displayport cable won't work, the plug is different.
- There is no cable (at least I can't find it) that goes from Type-C----Displayport.
- There is no hub/adapter for Type-C port that offers a Displayport or miniDisplayport plug. There are hubs, but only with HDMI.
- You can't use the HDMI port of either the Notebook or the Hub, HDMI doesn't support miniDisplayPort 1.2 (needed to daisy-chain). Is that correct?
So how do you do it?
Again, this has been asked before, but thanks for clarifying.