Ok, so what cable does Intel support to connect the NUC to the monitor? Thanks.
A modern monitor will do you a world of good.
Sorry, I mean what kind of cable or cables does Intel support to connect the NUC to a NUC's compatible monitor?
@You must consider that video output of NUC are only digital, so to connect a vga monitor in the cable must be present a digital to analog video converter. This means a chinese medium price component (about 15 $) with the capability to accept external power if your vga socket is not enough, i will advise you that this solution did not worked for me and i was been lucky to be refounded. The other solution is a professional cable but this is expensive (over 30 $) and the quality will be poor. It is better to buy an economical new monitor at 60-70 $ with more better results.
Yes, but what kind of connector the new monitor should have, only a USB-C? I find only expensive monitors with USB-C connectors. Can I use a cable with a USB-C connector at one end and a normal DisplayPort connector at the other end?
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Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
Please check the following link for an Accell USB-C to VGA Adapter:
NOTE: This link is being offered for your convenience and should not be viewed as an endorsement by Intel of the content, products, or services offered there.
This adapter was tested and it works fine but this also depends on the TV you have and you may not have the resolution you desire since converters from digital to analog will not support 4k resolutions and other resolutions.
Also, at the following link you can check cables and monitors/TV that Intel has tested with this Intel® NUC:
You can purchase a monitor/TV to connect the NUC via USB-C to DisplayPort; however, TVs where you can connect HDMI from the NUC to HDMI on the TV you will get great results as well.
I hope this information can help.