Fortunately, there is an option for those looking for a workaround that allows for dual display capabilities within the M1 MacBook Air. Though not offered inherently out-of-the-box, MacBook’s dual displays are achievable using DisplayLink adapters.
Use of DisplayLink for this purpose isn’t unheard of, but it’s surprisingly absent in digital discourse around the M1 and M2 Mac.
In our last breakdown of USB-C, we walked through the key features separating the USB-C connection type from its predecessors, focusing on the generations of USB technology and the upgrades offered by each of these cables.
As the standard across the board for charging and data transfer, it’s more important than ever to understand the specifics of the USB-C connection type, and its primary features. To review, a few of the most important elements of the USB-C connection type are:
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These days USB-C is widespread throughout various pieces of tech due to its charging and data transfer capabilities. Faster and more compact than its predecessor USB Type-A (also known as USB 3.0), USB-C ports and cables can be found in most modern laptop set-ups, mobile chargers, and more.
Unfortunately, USB-C can be a little more complicated than it appears to be, with separate applications and limitations to its use in various pieces of tech. VisionTek is ready to help clear things up. What follows is a thorough breakdown of USB-C in its various forms, best options for cables and adapters, and recommendations for uses considering future tech