Who has no HDMI port on the PC, TV or laptop, the devices can connect yet. Your only needs an HDMI USB adapter. There are several possibilities. We show how you can use USB and USB to HDMI.
Video Tip: connect devices to the TV
Connecting Devices to the TV
If you want to connect an HDMI with a USB port, it requires connection to a HDMI-USB adapter. These are available in several variants.
HDMI USB Adapter
A classic HDMI USB Adapter * is a small box in which you can plug an HDMI cable. On the other hand, a USB 3.0 cable comes out that you can connect to a PC or laptop then.
With an HDMI USB adapter you can connect both connection types.
So you can connect as a HDTV with a PC with no HDMI terminal:
- Place one HDMI cable of the TV to TV and the HDMI-USB adapter.
- The USB cable connects it with your PC / laptop / notebook.
- See also: connect laptop with TV.
Difference Between Laptop & Notebook
But even projectors or monitors can you connect to with your devices. HDMI USB Adapter be found, for example, on Amazon *. Depending on the features and function of the prices vary between 15 and 70 euros.
You should therefore pay attention to:
- USB 3.0 or USB Type-C or Micro-USB (depending on what you need)
- Additional functions such as: HDMI to VGA *
Micro USB to HDMI
You can also Adapter Micro USB to HDMI * to buy. With you you can then connect to a TV as your smartphone. Here, however, you should be careful because the cables can often be confused with those of Micro-HDMI to HDMI * conduct.
This cable is USB and Micro USB HDMI.
For cables you should pay particular attention to the length. Often adapter cables are available in different lengths. A 2m cable can there be too short in certain circumstances.
USB to HDMI
For USB to HDMI adapter you can use the above because there is no distinction between HDMI to USB and USB to HDMI. Also read how you can connect via VGA HDMI her.
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