Can anyone help me in the connection of a set of dual external monitors on the Lenovo Legion Y520?
I was able to connect only the HDMI port to one screen.
Is there any solution? and as for the USB type C, is it managable for the connection to an external monitor?
Thank you,Source: forums.lenovo.comReport
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