The Dell XPS 13 9380 is one of the best laptops around, but even so, it has a small display. In a home or office situation, you can easily turn it into a desktop PC with an external monitor, giving you more space to work or play. There are some great choices out there like the LG 27UD68-W to make your XPS 13 even better.
This stunning-looking LG 27-inch 4K display has near-perfect color reproduction, a 60Hz refresh rate and a 5ms response time so everything looks nice and crispy. The XPS 13 can hook up using simply a USB-C cable and has some nifty built-in features that include LG’s Screen Split and game modes.
Dell’s stunning 27-inch monitor has an almost completely bezel-free design and a 27-inch display. It has inputs for HDMI and DisplayPort, an IPS panel with great color reproduction, a VESA mount, and a resolution of 2560×1440 so everything you do will look nice and sharp.
The AOC I2267FW offers a 5ms response time, 1080p resolution, and IPS display technology. Throw in a bezel of just 2 mm, VGA and DVI ports, and a solid price, and you have quite the PC monitor. Despite its low price, it also has a premium style about it, with the super skinny bezels complemented by stylish silver accents.
This 29-inch Ultrawide monitor gives you acres of display real estate to get your work done and benefits from a Full HD resolution all the way across. It has a bunch of connectivity options, including HDMI and DisplayPort, and it even supports HDR10 and a 99% sRGB color gamut, which is amazing to see on something this affordable.
Another monitor that hooks up over USB-C, this 32-inch goliath features a 4K panel with 10-bit color and HDR support. Not only that but it supports 100% Rec. 709 and 95% DCI-P3 color gamuts, along with low blue light and anti-flicker modes. It’s also really well priced and will look great in your home or office setup.
An extra screen at home is great but an extra screen you can take with your laptop on the road is even better. This is a 15.6-inch USB-C portable touchscreen monitor with a Full HD resolution IPS display and support for digital inking. It also works both landscape and portrait, making it plenty versatile.
Don’t forget your cables
The XPS 13 9380 doesn’t have any regular HDMI or DisplayPort outputs, instead relying on USB-C and Thunderbolt 3. So you’ll need the right sort of cable to hook up the laptop to any of these external displays.
Thunderbolt 3 to HDMI cable
($15 at Amazon)
With no HDMI on the XPS 13 9380 you’re instead left relying on the Thunderbolt 3 port, and this cable will make the magic happen.
Thunderbolt 3 certified USB-C cable
($20 at Amazon)
To connect to a USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 monitor get one of these Thunderbolt 3-certified cables.
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