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theman200050

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  1. IF you have display port it should work fine. The resolution won't change on your laptop screen, and it may be weird switching from 2560 resoultion to back, but as long as the monitor has display port it should work. I'd be careful with the 2560 x 1080 resolution though. Standard is 2560 x 1440 that's why they cost more. I've never used one personally but from what people have told me the "x 1080" is kind of weird. Again I'd be careful on the "x 1080". 2560 x 1440 is the norm and I'd personally pay more just to have the best. If you're gonna go for the best then the extra $200 or whatever for the one I linked would be worth it imo. I've never had a single problem with mine and they have Displayport, HDMI, and dual link DVI connections if needed.
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