Play two 4K monitors on the MacBook M1


Yesterday, at its new conference, Apple announced new MacBook M1 computers with upgraded processors from its own processor, previously called the M1.

The M1 Pro and M1X processors come with major advancements in the CPU cores as well as their graphics cores.

This prompts Apple to describe the new processors as being able to emulate desktop computers with external graphics cards.

Some think that Apple is overstating its processing power, but the performance of the MacBook M1 graphics computers prove otherwise.

Read also: Apple officially launches macOS Monterey on October 25

Operate two screens on MacBook M1 computers

MacBook M1 computers can run two screens together, and both screens work in 4K resolution, without the need for any external graphics cards.

This is made possible by Hyper’s USB C hub, which the company says is capable of powering two monitors together.

The company offers two models from its distributor, and both models come with enough HDMI ports to power more than one screen at once.

And that without relying on any additional applications to process the images generated by the computer and prepare them for display on the additional screens.

Both distributors offer two HDMI ports, and the two ports are capable of 4K image production, but one works at a refresh rate of 60 frames per second and the other at 30 frames per second.

There are some workarounds to work around this issue and display the image in 4K resolution and 60fps refresh rate per screen.

However, diffuser manufacturers do not recommend these methods, as they are considered unofficial methods and may put the device under additional stress.

And MacBook M1 computers suffer from limitations in connecting external monitors, as you cannot connect more than one external monitor.

This is not suitable for professional users such as programmers or videographers who need the largest screen space.

So you need to use one of the external terminals like these USB C hubs, and these hubs support 100W power delivery.

This makes it suitable for charging computers properly and without using a separate charging cable. These hubs also support all computers that have a USB C port.

Read also: Apple announces M1 Pro and M1 Max processors

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