Another multiple monitor question

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  1. donnm

    donnm New Member

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    Hi All,

    New to the forum and the Surface but am very impressed by it and the possibility of finally having a true mobile desktop replacement, as I travel a lot. I have read the forums and am somewhat confused by the answers/suggestion on this matter. I have 2 new Samsung 27 inch monitors with HDMI. What I would like is to to connect them to a new Surface Pro 2. Monitors are not Display Port enabled. Would like to have separate work spaces and not stretch my desktop. Ideally would like to have the Surface screen running as well, so in essence, 3 separate / independent screens.

    How would you recommend best doing this. Not video intensive, usually office type of stuff and no gaming at all.

    Thanks very much.
     
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    You can run off the Mini-DP with the Mini-DP to HDMI adapter and then run the other off a USB 3.0 to HDMI Adapter or a USB 3.0 Docking Station. You should be able to run all 3 monitors.
     

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