You don't have to install an external display to rescue your ssd. You can in most cases take the ssd out of your computer and install it in a different pc. If you still want to connect a different display, you can use this adaptor: https://www.amazon.nl/DEKNEI-Ethernet-TF-kaartlezer-compatibel-C-apparaten/dp/B08RHJF6GY/ref=asc_df_B08RHJF6GY/
If you connect everything up through HDMI, it should work fine. I myself only use one optical connection from my TV to my receiver, because my receiver pre-dates HDMI. So the audio data from my PS4 goes through HDMI to the TV which passes it through the TOS-link to the receiver. I haven't encountered any problems with codecs. All codecs that the receiver ...
You could use an iPad and this:
Or you could use any android tablet and a Chromecast for mirroring. Works very well.
We have USB type C docking stations that have 4 USB ports. 2 are USB 2.0, and 2 are USB 3.0
It provide 100% power to the laptop
They also run 2 1080p displays at the same time.
I haven't look at the specs so I don't know if it support 4k, but I imaging there are docking stations that support 4k@60hz.
A Thunderbolt 3 hub should work. If you are using a MacBook with a USB C port, it supports Thunderbolt. If you are using a Windows laptop, let me know what computer model is and I'll let you know if your laptop has Thunderbolt 3 on it.
A Thunderbolt hub can have many outputs, so you will have to find the one that is tailored to your needs. From reading ...
There are several Options.
For one, the monitor you mention in the coments seems to be a 1440p monitor. This means that a game takes more power to run. Along with the limited amount of ram it's very well possible that this is normal behaviour. One test would be to reduce the resolution to 1920*1080 in the game and see if that increases framerate to what is ...
If you search for "KVM Switch" on Amazon, that will get you part of the way to your end goal. The one I use only allows 2 input computers to go to 2 monitors. For some reason they do not sell these at stores like Best Buy and MicroCenter so results may not be perfect depending on you Hardware/Operating System set up.