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This also allows you to connect a keyboard to your Nintendo Switch, making in-game typing much easier for online games such as Animal Crossing. What I love about this is the fact that I can keep my console connected to my television or monitor, and still get to enjoy the magic of accessories.

Ever since Apple changed all the ports on the MacBook Pro to USB-C only, it has forever changed the landscape of laptops! Sure, you now get thinner laptops but, with just a single connecting port you are forced to stock up and carry a multitude of dongles just to make a brand new USB-C laptop fully functional!Fortunately for consumers though, Apple and its MacBook legacy ports abandonment has given rise to USB-C hubs like the Aukey CB-C78 - a single hub that integrates a massive 12 ports in 1. The Aukey CB-C78 USB-C hub supports Multi-Stream Transport (MST) or Daisy Chaining, which means you can connect multiple monitors in series with the video signal being passed from a computer up to a total of three monitors (two monitors + one laptop).You can connect two monitors via the HDMI ports on the hub and have the third monitor connected via VGA or USB-C or, you can connect one monitor via VGA, the second monitor via HDMI and the laptop via HDMI. The non-mirrored triple monitor setup only works with Windows computers. With a Mac computer, the Aukey CB-C78 is only able to mirror the secondary monitor because MacOS only supports Single-Stream Transport.With the Aukey CB-C78 USB-C hub, you can effectively connect two monitors, as well as a laptop in extended display mode, meaning the monitor screens will work independently and not mirrored. For this to work though, the laptop USB C port will have to support data, power and video. It's worth mentioning also that the USB C data port on the Aukey CB-C78 hub is not Thunderbolt 3 but, it can be used to connect any peripherals.The Aukey CB-C78 USB-C hub is powered by the computer or phone it is connected to; hence the Aukey CB-C78 is bus-powered and does not require an external power adapter. However, to be able to use both HDMI ports at the same time and charge a laptop, you will need to use a Power Delivery (PD) charger, which is not included. The Aukey CB-C78 USB-C hub can pass through 100W of power over USB-C, which should be enough to power a 65W laptop (like a HP Spectre x360) and two HDMI monitors at the same time.The outer shell of the Aukey CB-C78 hub is made of anodized aluminum alloy, which makes the hub very light but sturdy. Total weight is just 143 grams with dimensions being 12.5cm long, 6cm wide and 1.5cm thick. The Aukey CB-C78 hub integrates a 19cm long USB-C cable that is non-detachable. If this is too short, you can always use a USB-C extender cable.Being able to have a triple or quadruple monitor setup on a desk is superb for multi-tasking and gaming. Due to space constrictions though, you may have to settle for a dual monitor set up, which still is a vast improvement over using a single monitor. If you're a serious gamer though, it's likely you already have or are contemplating a triple monitor setup. Three screens provides a more symmetrical experience than two monitors, which split the game between the middle of the second screen monitor. That being said, there is a drawback when using a triple display for gaming since you won't be able to easily max out antialiasing because of the 5760 x 1080 resolution created by three 1080p monitors.The Aukey CB-C78 also supports Samsung Dex, which is a cool feature some USB-C hubs have that lets you use a smartphone just like desktop computer by outputting the signal to a TV. Samsung Dex is only supported by some Samsung Galaxy phones including the Galaxy S8/S8 Plus/S8 Active and Note 9/10/20 Series. The Galaxy A50 does not support Dex.If your Samsung phone supports Samsung Dex, you simply plug-in the Aukey CB-C78 USB-C hub into the phone (i.e. Galaxy Note10+) and then, connect a HDMI cable from the hub to a HDMI monitor or TV that has a HDMI port. When using a Dex-enabled Galaxy phone, the maximum supported resolution is 1080p at 60Hz. It will work with 4k TVs too but only at 30Hz.If your display monitor doesn't have a 1080p native resolution, you may need to adjust screen fit options or disable picture enhancements to get a clear image. Samsung Dex also works with USB-C monitors so, if you have one you can plug the Aukey CB-C78 directly into the monitor. The maximum resolution you can get will also be 1080p at 60Hz.DeX will also work without using a USB-hub by using a Samsung DeX USB-C to HDMI cable, which lets you connect a phone directly to any monitor or TV that has a HDMI port. Using a Samsung Dex cable will work out cheaper and will not limit the screen output to 1080p like a USB-C hub does. That said, a USB-C hub like the Aukey CB-C78 is more versatile and has the added advantage of multiple connectivity ports, allowing to connect a printer, computer mouse, Ethernet, and external monitors.The Aukey CB-C78 USB 3.0 ports are capable of data transfer rates up to 5Gbps, while the USB 2.0 ports, SD card slot and microSD card slot support data transfer up to 480Mbps. The actual transfer rate speed will be divided among the device(s) you plug in and each will have their own limit. You can buy the Aukey CB-C78 USB C Hub 12-in-1 from amazon.

Another bonus for DeX on the Note 20 is that it supports Miracast so no hubs or cables are needed at all. The phone can be a TouchPad and you can use a Bluetooth keyboard for entry. I'm still interested in this and the Note. But, for now I'm going with the Pixel 4a as a thrifty option. Maybe after the storm clouds of the pandemic break I may consider picking up a Note 20 for its stylus and DeX functions.

Once you're done with the Note 20 review it'd be interesting for you / us to see if an Android emulator environment on your PC would work as a suitable middle-ground to get the Android apps you want but on a big screen.On my kids refurbished HP Touchsmart PCs, I installed the MEmu Android emulator. It supports touch screen controls, has the Google Play Store, and pretty good system-wide integration. They used it to play the mobile version of Animal Jam for a little while. As far as I can tell it was a complete Android environment and ran smoothly if you had virtualisation extensions enabled for your CPU (and, I'm assuming, did not have Hyper-V enabled in Windows or at least somehow had that virtualisation hosting shared?)

The Dell U3223QE is a 32 inch 4k office monitor. Part of Dell's UltraSharp lineup, it sits alongside the Dell U2723Q and has a lot of features and connectivity options. It uses the new IPS Black panel technology that delivers a higher contrast compared to traditional IPS panels for deeper blacks. It has a USB hub with five USB-A ports and three USB-C ports, which you can use to connect your peripherals like a keyboard and mouse and control multiple sources with them, thanks to the KVM switch. It also has DisplayPort Alt Mode that allows you to display an image from a compatible device and charge it at the same time with 90W of power delivery. If you work with multiple monitors and want to keep your setup clean with minimal wires, it supports daisy-chaining via USB-C or DisplayPort. Lastly, it includes an Ethernet port that you can use to connect to the internet if your laptop doesn't have one.

The Dell U3223QE and the Gigabyte M32U are different types of 4k monitors. The Dell is focused on office use with a USB hub with more inputs than the Gigabyte, although the Gigabyte offers the same features, like DisplayPort Alt Mode and a KVM switch. The Dell also has much better ergonomics as you can rotate it into portrait mode. However, the Gigabyte is focused on gaming as it has a 144Hz refresh rate with HDMI 2.1 bandwidth and VRR support, allowing you to play games at high framerates from PCs and consoles without issue.

The Dell S2722QC and the Dell U3223QE are both good overall 4k monitors with a few differences. The U3223QE has a better selection of inputs as it has a USB hub with a KVM switch, and it supports daisy chaining, allowing you to easily connect a second display. It also has better ergonomics as it allows for greater height adjustment. However, the S2722QC has much better reflection handling, and it's a bit more versatile for gaming because it has VRR support.

The Dell P3223DE and the Dell U3223QE are different types of 32 inch office monitors. The U3223QE has a much higher 4k resolution that delivers sharper text. While both have similar USB hubs, the U3223QE has two more USB-C ports and a KVM switch, allowing you to connect a keyboard and mouse and control two devices with them. The U3223QE also supports HDR, which the P3223DE doesn't, but the HDR experience isn't the best anyways. On the other hand, the P3223DE has much better reflection handling if you want to use it in a bright room.

Like with the PS5, you can only play games up to 60 fps on the Xbox Series X, and you can't take full advantage of the console's features. You can force a custom 1080p resolution with a 120Hz refresh rate, and the monitor accepts the signal, but it's frame skipping and not displaying a true 120Hz signal. This happened with the Xbox and not the PS5. 041b061a72


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