With a bit of work you can even fit a larger screen in X230
czwartek, 15 kwietnia 2021 o 01:13:48 UTC+2 taran1s napisał(a):
> > On Thu, Apr 08, 2021 at 01:25:57PM +, 'taran1s' via qubes-users
> >> unman:
> >>> On Wed, Apr 07, 2021 at 01:59:10PM +, 'taran1s' via qubes-users
> How do I use the X230+Qubes 4.0 with external monitor of at least
> 1080p or
> higher? I understand that a dock station (Ultrabase?) is required to
> be able
> to use the HiDPI external monitor with X230.
> What smallest dock station would you propose for this purpose? Is
> possibly some other, more portable way, to get X230 to use HiDPI
> >>> You don't need a dock for this - the x230 supports 1920x1200 through
> >>> and 2560x1600 through the DisplayPort.
> >>> Of course, a dock is always nice.
> >> This is really interesting and thank you a tone for this information. I
> >> see the HDMI output from my X230 but there seem to be a Mini
> >> Very nice.
> >>> You can also mod the x230 with a board and updated panel to get 1080p
> >>> a larger IPS panel - very portable and a real boost to the x230.
> >> Can you please elaborate more on this? What kind of board and updated
> >> is it? I didn't know that X230 can be modded to have 1080p IPS display
> >> all. This would possibly solve most need to have external display for
> >> media.
> > There are a number of boards you can use - imo the best is from
> > nitrocaster - nitrocaster.me/store
> > They all work in the same way - you solder the board on the motherboard
> > and "steal" output from the dock. With some minor modification to the
> > screen enclosure you can fit a really nice 1080p IPS panel to the x230.
> > There are a number of people who will do this for you, if you doubt
> > your soldering skills. If you didnt already have an x230 you can also buy
> > x230 premodded, but that's no use to you. :-(
> Thank you!
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