Tri-screen Adapter Details
WHAT IS THE TRI-SCREEN ADAPTER?
The new Xebec Tri-Screen Adapter enables you to connect ANY laptop to the Tri-Screen 2 with just a single cable per screen. Simply download and install the free Displaylink driver, plug one end of the adapter into any standard USB-A port on your laptop and plug the other ends into the Tri-Screen.
No more dongles required!
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
- Xebec Tri-Screen Adapter
- USB-A to USB-C converter
- DisplayLink Driver download & installation instructions
DO I NEED THE TRI-SCREEN ADAPTER?
**All M1 MacBook Pro and Air laptops require the Tri-Screen Adapter. The new M1 Pro and M1 Max MacBooks DO NOT**
Laptops with one (or no) video ports will require the Tri-Screen Adapter for full functionality. See our handy reference chart below!
* - while the Tri-Screen Adapter isn’t required when your laptop has HDMI ports we recommend using it for a more streamlined setup
Smart Office Tech is a division of Smart Office Furniture, a Wellington based, locally owned and operated company that has been selling office furniture and equipment since 1996.
At SmartOffice Tech, we’ve gathered together a collection of products that allow today’s digital nomads to have all the tools they need to work remotely or ‘on the fly’. Break away from your office, work where it suits you, but don’t let your environment limit your productivity.
The Xebec was developed out of the need to have the same multiscreen versatility that we’ve all become accustomed to with our desktops but with the portability of a laptop. The Xebec multi-screen was developed by two American design engineers from Texas who frequently travelled with their work. Experiencing the difficulty in having to transition from a multi-screen set-up in the office to a single screen on the road where they were constantly toggling between applications, an opportunity presented itself. Every great product is born from the need to create a solution to a problem. The mantra of every great entrepreneur is ‘find a need and fill it’. With this in mind, Alex Levine and Trevor Russo created the Xebec Tri-screen.