USB-C Video Port Resources
What is the Tri-Screen Adapter?
The new Xebec Tri-Screen Adapter enables you to connect ANY laptop to the Tri-Screen 2 with just a single cable per screen. Simply download and install the free Displaylink driver, plug one end of the adapter into any standard USB-A port on your laptop and plug the other end into the Tri-Screen.
No more dongles required!
What's in the box?
- Xebec Tri-Screen Adapter
- USB-A to USB-C converter
- DisplayLink Driver download & installation instructions
Do I need the Tri-Screen Adapter?
**All M1 MacBook Pro and Air laptops require the Tri-Screen Adapter. The new M1 Pro and M1 Max MacBooks DO NOT**
Laptops with one (or no) video ports will require the Tri-Screen Adapter for full functionality. See our handy reference chart below!
* - while the Tri-Screen Adapter isn’t required when your laptop has HDMI ports we recommend using it for a more streamlined setup
Does my laptop’s USB-C port support display?
Not all USB-C ports support video output. To confirm whether your USB-C port supports DisplayPort or Thunderbolt 3/4, please search your laptop in the databases below.