The latest Plugable accessory breaks past one of your Mac’s greatest limitations—external monitor support. While most M1 and M2 Macs only work with a single external screen, Plugable’s Quad graphics adapter (USBC-768H4) lets you use up to four monitors with a 1080p resolution, all through a single USB port.
Previously, you had to use DisplayLink accessories to break past Apple Silicon’s odd external monitor limitations. And at $120, Plugable’s new adapter is much more affordable than the average four-output DisplayLink hub or dongle. (That said, most four-output DisplayLink accessories double as a USB hub.)
The Plugable Quad adapter is pretty compact, and it connects to your Mac via USB-C cable (though it also includes a USB-A adapter for PCs). Setup is easy; simply install InstantView and you’re good to go. You can also customize how InstantView works from your Menu bar.
Note that all external displays connected to your Mac through the Plugable Quad adapter will appear in your Display Settings—they’re properly recognized as…
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