When you worked in the office, you had plenty of space for multiple monitors. But now that you’re working from home, the company laptop screen leaves a little to be desired. Fortunately, it’s easy to add more screen space to most laptops, even if it doesn’t have a built-in display output.
There are a number of ways to extend your laptop’s screen, and we’ll look for the ways that involve buying the least amount of extra hardware. If you already have an extra monitor (or even an iPad!) lying around, then you might be able to get more screen real estate with very little extra work.
Use the External Display Connectors on Your Laptop
Many laptops come with a port dedicated to connecting a second monitor built right in. In some cases, these may look like the typical ports you’re used to, such as HDMI, but more often they’re smaller