The Best Dual Monitor Adapters for Working at Home

I have helped train thousands of new agents to obtain a work-from-home career. In my company, I find that a lot of the issues lie in the technology side of things. We find a ton of applicants from all age ranges and all walks of life. Not everyone is a tech connoisseur and what seems simple to some is extremely complex to others. It is not my place to judge, but it certainly is my place to help you thrive if the second sounds like you.

Having a dual monitor is important. Especially if you work for a client that requires dual monitors. Even if you don't need two and could just use one, your productivity will go through the roof if you can use two monitors. Think about how you can stand apart from the thousands of other agents in your company, by producing better numbers simply because you set up two monitors. Here, I'm going to walk you through the 4 main types of cables, the adapters each one of them requires, and provide you with the resources to purchase them. 

Do you like to save money? 

I sure do! I am sure you do too. Whether or not anybody comes from money or not, everybody wants a bargain deal. By reading this article, I am going to assume that you have two monitors, and you just need the know-how to set them up. But if you are considering a new monitor, read this article first: 3 monitors at 3 different price points

If you are still here, that means you have the two monitors, and you are so excited to learn how to set them up to drive your productivity through the roof! I am so happy to say, that adapters are cheap, and you don't need to spend a fortune buying them. 

The 4 cable-adapters that rule the world:

Display Port, HDMI, VGA, DVI 

Think of these 4 adapters as the 4 kings or queens that rule the 4 corners of the earth. They are the key components that will facilitate your world. All 4 of these adapters look different from each other and they will be the links to connect to your monitors.  Monitors use at least one of these types of cable or adapters to connect to your computer. 

As a new work-from-home agent in your company, rising through the ranks, it is your duty to set up your new computer. However, you are not alone in this. Use this resource as your guide in choosing the correct cable or adapters you need. What you need to do is figure out what cable your monitor needs to hook up to your computer. If your computer doesn't support the same cable as one of your monitors, you need to buy an adapter. 

Display Port to HDMI 

If you have a monitor that only takes Display Port cables, and your computer connects via HDMI


Display Port to VGA 

If you have a monitor that only takes Display Port cables, and your computer connects via VGA 


Display Port to DVI 

If you have a monitor that only takes Display Port cables, and your computer connects via DVI


HDMI to Display Port

If you have a monitor that only takes HDMI cables, and your computer connects via Display Port 


HDMI to VGA 

If you have a monitor that only takes HDMI cables, and your computer connects via VGA 


HDMI to DVI 

If you have a monitor that only takes HDMI cables, and your computer connects via DVI 


VGA to Display Port 

If you have a monitor that only takes VGA cables, and your computer connects via Display Port


VGA to HDMI

If you have a monitor that only takes VGA cables, and your computer connects via HDMI 


VGA to DVI 

If you have a monitor that only takes VGA cables, and your computer connects via DVI 


DVI to Display Port 

If you have a monitor that only takes DVI cables, and your computer connects via Display Port 


DVI to HDMI

If you have a monitor that only takes DVI cables, and your computer connects via HDMI 



DVI to VGA 

If you have a monitor that only takes DVI cables, and your computer connects via VGA 


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