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The Amazon page clearly states that the cable supports resolutions of "up to 3840x2160 @ 60 Hz" ... and unfortunately, that's likely the best information you can get about it. You can infer some more details - the page does also mention that this is technically a "USB-C DisplayPort Alt-Mode" to HDMI cable, which (paired with the size of ...


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First, rule out monitor issues. With LG 4K monitors, usually you have to turn on settings like "HDMI Ultra HD Deep Color" to enable 60 hz support. Also, verify that the HDMI input you are using supports 4k 60hz--may need to check the user's guide for this. Either one of those could explain why DisplayPort works at 60 Hz but HDMI does not. If you ...


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This is all a bit speculative… I doubt you could do all this latency-free over the air. You'd probably want a good part of this wired. A Bluetooth mouse/keyboard would allow you to reach from both rooms [even if you simplified by carrying them with you]. I have a Logitech keyboard with built-in trackpad on my living room [HTPC] Mac Pro so I can control it ...


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What I did is that I downloaded Bluestack, installed spacedesk on it and spacedesk on my pc. Bluestack then becomes your second screen. You must just go to display setting to tell windows that you are extending the display. You will realize that Windows now sees two screens.


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Had the same problem with my HP laptop. Tried closing the lid, F4, etc, but they did't work for me. It was booting into the Windows login screen, but refused to output anything to HDMI during neither startup nor login. I figured out a pretty simple solution when I was playing around with the start-up buttons (for my particular model, a touchscreen HP Envy), ...


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