How can we help?

Here you will find technical information about our Notebookwings. For more details,

simply download our user manuals.

 
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Will the notebookwings work with my laptop?

The notebookwings work with almost ALL notebooks. They work with Mac, Windows, Linux, Chromebook and any device with a video output source.

Below is a deeper dive for more specific compatibility questions. You are also welcome to send us your questions via the
contact form.

Please note that some notebooks only support one notebookwings display at a time. You can find more information on this at the bottom of this page in the compatibility section.

As shown, the notebookwings have 3 inputs per display, making different setups possible.

 

If your laptop has two Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C with DisplayPort output, the easiest way to use the notebookwings is with the two supplied USB-C cables. In this setup you only need two USB-C cables to use both displays.

 

If your laptop does not have a Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C with DisplayPort output, you must use a USB-A to USB-C cable and an HDMI to mini-HDMI cable for each display to ensure the power supply and to receive a video signal .

 

If your laptop does not have an HDMI output, you can use all of the other video outputs shown below by inserting a corresponding HDMI adapter (not included, but available separately from us). It is important that your laptop has at least two video outputs and at least two USB outputs in order to be able to use both displays of the notebook wing at the same time.

 

Basically, your device needs power and a video signal for each display.

If your notebook has two Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C with DisplayPort connections, the easiest way to use the notebookwings is with the two USB-C cables supplied.

If your notebook does not have Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C with DisplayPort connectors, you must use a USB-A to USB-C cable and an HDMI to mini-HDMI cable for each display to ensure power supply and receive a video signal .

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Each of the notebookwings' two displays requires both power and a video signal to function. Your laptop will serve as the source for the power and the video signal. The inputs that you use for your setup depend on the connections on your laptop.

 

Check the edges of your laptop (or your laptops's user manual) and identify the types of video ports and USB ports your laptop has. Laptop video connections come in many different formats:

 

HDMI, DisplayPort, Mini-DisplayPort, VGA, Thunderbolt 3, and USB 3.0 (with HDMI adapter) are a few examples.

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Compatibility

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Are you wondering whether the notebookwings fit on your notebook and whether the necessary connections are available?
We have created a list that you can download here.

Hier wird demnächst eine PDF zum download bereit gestellt.

Vorab Info zu MacBooks mit M1 oder M2 Prozessor

Allgemein können die regulären M1 und M2 Prozessor nicht mehr als einen externen Monitor ansteuern. Daher können wir die notebookwings dafür nicht empfehlen.

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Which is the right size?

 
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Depending on the display diagonal of your laptop, you can choose the size of the notebook wings.

 

For notebooks from approx. 13.0 to 15.0 inches*

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For notebooks from approx. 14.0 to 16.0 inches*

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For notebooks from approx. 15.0 to 17.0 inches*

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Choosing the right notebookwings guarantees a secure and stable fit on your laptop.

*This is a guideline. For more precise information, see the other points on this page

Since there are many different notebook manufacturers and models, it is important to determine the exact size. Now it is advisable to measure your notebook. In just a few steps, we will show you how to get the right notebookwing.

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Measure the screen width of your laptop. It is important to measure the whole screen including the border, not just the screen.

Then you measure the height. The lower area is to be observed here, it is only important to measure up to the point where the lower part of your notebook begins. For some notebooks

Finally, the thickness of your notebook display is required. Once you have all the data together, you can compare them in the table.

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Your notebook may have the following minimum and maximum dimensions so that the notebookwings fit:

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Minimal

  • Wide: 10"

  • High: 21.0cm

  • Deep: -

 

Maximum

  • Wide: 37.4 cm

  • High: -

  • Depth: 0.7 cm

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Minimal

  • Wide: 29.3 cm

  • High: 23.0 cm

  • Deep: -

 

Maximum

  • Wide: 41.5cm

  • High: -

  • Depth: 0.7 cm

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Minimal

  • Wide: 33.0 cm

  • High: 22.9 cm

  • Deep: -

 

Maximum

  • Wide: 18"

  • High: -

  • Depth: 0.8 cm