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Additional screen/Monitor to my All-in-One

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Pavilion 23-b010
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Hi,

I would like to install an additional screen to my All-in-One Pavilion 23-b010
Could you please tell me which screen will better fit and which type of cable I need to connect new screen and Pavilion 23
Thanks in advance for your feedback.

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Zemilia

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@Zemilia 

Here is the spec HP page for your PC:https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03524666

 

As you can see, it does not have any video output ports, so there is no way to DIRECTLY connect an external monitor to it.

 

However, what you CAN do is plug a USB-to-Video-Output adapter into one of the USB ports and plug a video cable to connect your monitor to that adapter.  Since you have USB 3.0 ports, I would recommend using one of those.

 

As to the cable, that will depend on the video INPUT jacks on the monitor.  Most nowadays come with HDMI and DisplayPort (DP).  Either one will work, you just then have to get the adapter to connect your PC to the video cable.

 

You can find these adapters lots of places online but I have used MicroCenter and they have a good return policy that allows you to return the equipment for a full refund if it does not work for you.

 

Good Luck

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@Zemilia 

Here is the spec HP page for your PC:https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03524666

 

As you can see, it does not have any video output ports, so there is no way to DIRECTLY connect an external monitor to it.

 

However, what you CAN do is plug a USB-to-Video-Output adapter into one of the USB ports and plug a video cable to connect your monitor to that adapter.  Since you have USB 3.0 ports, I would recommend using one of those.

 

As to the cable, that will depend on the video INPUT jacks on the monitor.  Most nowadays come with HDMI and DisplayPort (DP).  Either one will work, you just then have to get the adapter to connect your PC to the video cable.

 

You can find these adapters lots of places online but I have used MicroCenter and they have a good return policy that allows you to return the equipment for a full refund if it does not work for you.

 

Good Luck

***If my post helped, click the thumbs-up symbol to say thanks***

***Please mark Accept As Solution if my post solved your problem***

I am a volunteer and I do not work for, nor represent, HP

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