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Old 11-06-2023, 08:41 AM   #1
JakobSlei
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Hi!

I bought the Kensington SD5700T hoping that I would easily be able to connect two external monitors to my Macbook Pro M2 laptop. I then realised that my docking station only supports one external monitors:

"# of Monitors Supported: 2 (M1/M2 Base Chipset MacBook or USB-C Alt Mode laptop supports only a single external display)"

Both my monitors are connected through Displayports to USB-C as of now, but I'm wondering if it would work if I connected one of the screen through HDMI to USB-A?

Equipment:
Macbook Pro, 13-inch, M2, 2022
Kensington SD5700T
External monitor: Dell U2419H - UltraSharp 24 Monitor

Sofware:
DisplayLink Manager 1.10.0

Any help on this will be much appreciated!
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Old 11-06-2023, 08:49 AM   #2
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Unfortunately your docking station does not support DisplayLink.

Your would need to purchase a device that has the DisplayLink hardware built in.

See the list below..

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I personally use the Alogic DX3 with my M2 MacBook Air. I have three displays running and this is a great all round dock.
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MacBook Air 15 M2 Midnight
3x Dell U2723QE 27 4K
Alogic DX3 Dock
DL 1.10.0 Build 117
Sonoma 14.1.1

My Setup
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