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Thunderbolt Monitors Better Match Mac

Thunderbolt 3/4 and USB-C both make monitors compatible with the latest Mac devices without adapters. Thunderbolt monitor is preferred since it offers a more streamlined, hassle-free design. To further accommodate you, BenQ monitors for Mac users also encompass HDMI, DisplayPort, and several USB ports. Boost your work efficiency and extend monitor usability with plentiful connectivity. Learn more  

NOTE: Monitors with Thunderbolt 3 also work seamlessly with Mac devices that feature Thunderbolt 4.

Daisy Chain Boosts Your Productivity

As a designer, if your work is graphics-heavy and involves extensive multi-tasking, the layout of your workspace is crucial for productivity. You probably also agree that one monitor is simply not enough. Now you can interconnect multiple monitors via a single cable for each device, which is known as daisy-chaining. Learn more

NOTE: MacBooks only support daisy chaining via Thunderbolt. Daisy chaining is not supported via HDMI versions earlier than 2.1 or basic USB ports on any device.

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KVM Switch: One Set Controls Two Computer Systems

As a designer, you know better than anyone what two desktops or laptops mean to you, especially when you have a laptop that was originally for the office alongside a desktop for work at home, and now need to use both of them from home. In one way, they offer convenience and efficiency for multitasking, while they also mean clutter if you rely on two sets of keyboards and mice. KVM frees you from a messy workspace. Learn more

Best Monitors for Mac Users


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  • Q1. Can I use USB-C to charge my MacBook Pro?
  • The monitor's USB-C port delivers 60W to 90W* which is sufficient for Windows/MacBook/MacBook Pro laptops. However, you still need to check if your laptop supports USB-C power delivery. Please check here for further details. Learn more

  • Q2. What is the purpose of the USB-C port?
  • The USB-C port handles data, video, audio, and power via just one cable for great efficiency and clutter removal. Learn more

  • Q3. Can I use Thunderbolt 3 to charge my MacBook Pro?
  • The Thunderbolt 3 port delivers 60W to 90W which is sufficient for Macbook Pro. However, you still need to check if your laptop supports USB-C power delivery. Please check here for further details. Learn more

  • Q4. How can I set up dual monitors with one Thunderbolt 3 port?
  • Connect the Thunderbolt 3 port (DisplayPort Alt) on your laptop to a corresponding Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C port on the first monitor, then use another Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C cable to connect to a Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C port on the second monitor. Then adjust display settings to duplicate or extend your laptop screen. Learn more

    *Supported by PD2725U and PD3220U 

  • Q5. How does a KVM switch function?
  • Connect Computer 1 and Computer 2 to your monitor and they will be automatically detected. After that switching the input video source is possible. Please click and follow the instructions below, or read on to learn more about this topic. Learn more

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