What to do without HDMI in docking for monitors?

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Taupesmartplace797, Apr 8, 2021.

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  1. Taupesmartplace797

    Taupesmartplace797 New Member

    I just got a Razer Thunderbolt™ 4 Dock Chroma, thinking it would naturally have a HDMI, but it doesn't and none of monitors at home can directly connect to it. Do I have to buy a new monitor? The Razer monitor is over the budget for me. Or does anyone have another idea or solution?
     
  2. fr0z3nnat

    fr0z3nnat New Member

    Return it! I bought a HDMI to USB-C cable to be able to directly connect it to the dock but does not work. :frown_:
     
  3. fr0z3nnat

    fr0z3nnat New Member

    I seldom bash but this is a sh*tty piece of HW.
     
  4. Exotic_Seal

    Exotic_Seal Member

    Most USB-C cables don't work on most computers, you should check the description on what devices its compatible with. It might say "compatible with comps and phones" but there are a small amout of comps it can connect to.
     
  5. Exotic_Seal

    Exotic_Seal Member

    You could try to get a USB - HDMI one, just make sure that it's compatible with your computer model!
     
  6. Taupesmartplace797

    Taupesmartplace797 New Member

    Thank you for the very honest answer!
    Ok, I will try this option first. Although do you know any good monitors that could connect to the dock?
     
  7. Exotic_Seal

    Exotic_Seal Member

    Most use HDMI ports, so I wouldn't really know any monitors that can connect with it, getting a usb - HDMI would be the most cost efficient and easiest to find
     
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