Can you connect a laptop to a TV?
If you don’t want to deal with those pesky cables, connecting your laptop to the TV wirelessly is the way to go. But you do need a media streaming device like the Google Chromecast or Roku Streaming Stick Plus to get the job done. An Android TV will also do, as it has Chromecast built-in.
How do I connect my laptop to my TV without HDMI?
You can buy an adapter or a cable that will let you connect it to the standard HDMI port on your TV. If you don’t have Micro HDMI, see if your laptop has a DisplayPort, which can handle the same digital video and audio signals as HDMI. You can buy a DisplayPort/HDMI adapter or cable cheaply and easily.
How do I connect my laptop to my TV via USB?
Ideally, use the USB cable that was included in the TV’s original packaging. Plug one end of the USB cable into the corresponding port on your laptop, and plug the other end of the cable into the USB port on your TV. Select the correct input source (if necessary) using your TV remote or console “Input Select” button.
How do I connect my laptop to my Smart TV?
On the laptop, press the Windows button and type in ‘Settings’. Then go to ‘Connected devices’ and click on the ‘Add device’ option at the top. The drop down menu will list all the devices you can mirror to. Select your TV and the laptop screen will start mirroring to the TV.