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Microsoft Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter


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Share everything on your Surface with the Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter. Connects Surface to any HDMI-compatible display

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How can I connect to another screen?

To figure out which adapter or cable you need, look at the video ports on your TV, monitor, or projector.

  • HDTV. If your TV has an HDMI port, you’ll need an HDMI cable and a Mini DisplayPort to HD AV adapter or an HDMI to Mini DisplayPort cable. (Both are sold separately.)
  • Wireless. You can also connect to wireless displays when Windows detects one nearby. Or, use a Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter to connect to a screen using Miracast.
  • Projector or monitor. If your monitor has a DisplayPort, you can connect it to your Surface using a DisplayPort to Mini DisplayPort cable (sold separately). If your monitor doesn’t have a DisplayPort or HDMI port, use a VGA cable and the Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter. A VGA adapter or cable is for video only. Audio will play from your Surface speakers unless you’ve connected external speakers. For more info about this, see Surface sound, volume, and audio accessories.
  • If you have installed the latest Surface and Windows updates, you can daisy chain multiple monitors from your Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, or Surface Book.

Connect to a wired display

Step 1:Connect an HDMI or VGA cable to the HDMI, DisplayPort, or VGA port on your TV, monitor, or projector.
Step 2:Connect the other end of the cable to a Surface video adapter or the Mini DisplayPort on your Surface, or to your docking station.

Mini DisplayPort on Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2

Mini DisplayPort on Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2

Mini DisplayPort on Surface Pro 3

Mini DisplayPort on Surface Pro 3

Mini DisplayPort on Surface 3

Mini DisplayPort on Surface 3

Mini DisplayPort on Surface Pro 4

Mini DisplayPort on Surface Pro 4

Mini DisplayPort on Surface Book

Mini DisplayPort on Surface Book

Mini DisplayPort on Docking Station

Mini DisplayPort on Surface docking stations

Mini DisplayPort on Eos

Mini DisplayPort on Surface Dock
Step 3:If you’re using an adapter, plug it into the Mini DisplayPort on your Surface or your docking station.
(If you’re using a Surface Pro 3 Docking Station with Surface Pro 3, you can use the Mini DisplayPort on your Surface and the Mini DisplayPort on your docking station at the same time.)

Connect to a wireless display

Step 1:On your Surface, swipe in from the right edge of the screen or select Action center Action Center icon in taskbar in the taskbar.
Step 2:Select Connect, and in the list of displays, select the name of the wireless display.

If you have problems connecting your Surface or have questions about screen resolution, see Trouble connecting Surface to a second screen?

If you’re using a Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter to connect to a screen using Miracast, see Using the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter with Surface for more info.

Daisy chain monitors (Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, and Surface Book only)

You can daisy chain monitors using a Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, Surface Book, or a Surface Pro docking station. You’ll need two monitors with DisplayPort 1.2 input ports, and at least one of them must have a DisplayPort output port. You’ll also need standard DisplayPort cables with at least one Mini DisplayPort end to make your connections.

Note
Daisy chaining is not supported on Surface 3 or the Surface 3 Docking Station.
Step 1:Using a Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable, connect the Mini DisplayPort on your Surface to the DisplayPort input on the first monitor. If only one of your monitors has an output port, connect your Surface to that monitor first.
Step 2:Connect the output port of the first monitor to the DisplayPort input port of the other monitor.
Step 3:Follow the monitor manufacturer’s instructions to set both monitors to use DisplayPort 1.2 as an input source.
This might be called Multi-Stream Transport (MST). This is what allows the first monitor to pass the signal along to the second monitor.

Set up your screens

Once you connect another screen or screens, you can choose what to display on each screen. Here’s how:

Step 1:Select the search box in the taskbar, enter project to a second screen, and in the search results, select Project to a second screen.
Step 2:Choose one of the following options:

  • PC screen only: You’ll see everything on your Surface screen. (When you’re connected to a wireless projector, this option changes to Disconnect.)
  • Duplicate: You’ll see the same things on all screens.
  • Extend: You’ll see everything spread over all screens, and you can drag and move items between them.
  • Second screen only: You’ll see everything on the connected screen or screens, and your Surface screen will be blank.
Notes

How many screens can I connect?

The number of external screens that your Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3, Surface 3, Surface Pro 4, or Surface Book will support depends on your settings for refresh rate and resolution and on whether the display on your Surface is on or off. For Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, and Surface Book, it also depends on which processor you have (i7, i5, i3, or Core M).

Surface
External displays
Max refresh rate
Max screen resolution
Surface Pro 2, or Surface Pro 3 with any processor
One
24 Hz
4096 x 2160
Surface Pro 2, Surface 3, or Surface Pro 3 with any processor
One
30 Hz
3840 x 2160
Surface 3
One
30 Hz
3840 x 2160
Surface 3
One
60 Hz
2560 x 1600
Surface Pro 2, or Surface Pro 3 with any processor, or Surface Pro 4 Core M
One
60 Hz
3840 x 2160
Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book with any processor
One
60 Hz
3840 x 2160
Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book with i5 or i7 processor
One
60 Hz
4096 x 2304
Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3 with i7 or i5 processor, or Surface Pro 4 Core M
Two
30 Hz
3840 x 2160
Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book with i5 or i7 processor
Two
30 Hz
4096 x 2304
Surface Pro 3 with i3 processor
Two
60 Hz
1920 x 1200
Surface Pro 2, or Surface Pro 3 with i7 or i5 processor
Two
60 Hz
2560 x 1440
Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book with any processor
Two
60 Hz
2560 x 1600

Use taskbars on all of your screens

After you have your second monitor or a projector set up to your liking, you might want to have more than one taskbar to make switching between apps and files easier on the desktop. Here’s how to get taskbars on all of your displays and change how buttons appear on them.

Step 1:Select the search box in the taskbar, enter taskbar and navigation, and in the search results, select Taskbar and Navigation.
Step 2:Under Multiple displays, select Show taskbar on all displays.
Step 3:From the Show taskbar buttons on list, choose one of the following options:

  • All taskbars: The taskbar buttons for all of your open windows will be duplicated on the taskbars on each display.
  • Main taskbar and taskbar where window is open: A taskbar button will appear on your main monitor and in the taskbar on the display where the window is open.
  • Taskbar where window is open: A taskbar button will appear only on the display where the window is open. None of the buttons will be duplicated on other taskbars.
Step 4:Select Apply > OK.

Move apps between your screens

Connecting another monitor to your Surface is a great way to multitask. You can use one monitor for work (for example, running Office apps) and the other for play (chatting or music).

Once connected, use one of the following key combinations to move an app to the second screen:

To
Do this
Move Windows Store or desktop apps to another monitor.
Windows logo key Windows logo key+Shift+Right arrow
or
Windows logo key Windows logo key+Shift+Left arrow
You can also move a Windows Store or desktop app to another screen by clicking the title bar and dragging it to the other screen.
Move Windows Store or desktop apps to the left, center, and right on a monitor.
Windows logo key Windows logo key+Right arrow
or
Windows logo key Windows logo key+Left arrow

Use two apps side by side

Windows 10 makes it easy to use two apps side by side. For example, you can schedule meetings on your calendar while you respond to email, or record a lecture in class with Sound Recorder while you take notes in the desktop.

To use two apps side by side:

Step 1:Open an app that you’d like to use.
Step 2:Press and hold (or click and hold) the title bar and drag the app to one side of the screen.
Step 3:On the other side of the screen, select another app. It will appear next to the first app.

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