External monitor in Samsung® X360
Samsung X360 is the ideal choice for technology and design oriented users who appreciate leading-edge performance, mobility and style. Its wide display provides up to 30% more viewing area than traditional screens. The Samsung X360 uses LED technology that means screens are thinner, brighter, and more durable and power efficient. It is the lightest notebook with a six cell battery which delivers up to 10 hours back up time. Almost all laptops including Samsung X360 have the ability to connect an external display, such as a CRT monitor, flat panel display, or projector. A laptop offers a lot of convenience and portability, but its screen size can be a real drawback. So you might connect an external monitor to overcome this drawback. Connect your second monitor and you might have to restart your computer so that it detects the new monitor. You have to adjust the display settings after connecting the second monitor.
- Providing proper power backup
- Detection of monitor
- Install additional display adapter
Providing proper power backup
During the connection of an external monitor ensure that there is a good power back support. Make sure that both your Samsung X360 and also the monitor being connected also have a power back. You need a power back not only at the time of connection, but also for the proper working of the system and the monitor.
Detection of monitor
For the proper functioning of an external monitor, the monitor might be detected or set up using the operating system. While changing the external display's resolution, ensure that the monitor is detected by the operating system. The monitor might be listed in the Windows Device Manager and Microsoft Windows users might verify the monitor is detected.
After the connection of external monitor, you might view two monitor icons. If the monitor icon is missing, your computer might not support multiple displays. If you are using Microsoft operating system in your Samsung X360, you can visit the Microsoft Update website, click ‘Custom,’ and install any available hardware updates. You might also need to visit your computer manufacturer's website to install an updated display driver. After that also, if the monitor icons are missing, you might install an additional display adapter.