I have a Galaxy Tab A (2018) and a Galaxy Tab S6 Lite tablets and I have to connect them to an external monitor with HDMI FullHD (1920 x 1080), how can I do that?

For example does it work with this adapter? - QGeeM USB C to HDMI Adapter 4K Cable, USB Type-C to HDMI Adapter

What kind of frequencies does it support? My monitor works best at 75 Hz, at 60 Hz it doesn't use all the screen space, it leaves a border of 1-2 cm unused screen space on the border.

  • HDMI with more than 60 Hz is pretty unusual. I don't think that this is possible on HDMI versions prior to 2.0. As the linked adapter only supports 4k at 30 Hz it can't be a HDMI 2.0 device, HDMi 1.4 would be my guess.
    – Robert
    Commented Aug 19, 2021 at 1:02
  • Few devices support USB video out (requires USB-C 3.0+, neither of your tabs have).
    – Andy Yan
    Commented Aug 19, 2021 at 1:37

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You may be able to do what you're looking for with Chromecast.

You'll only need one for each monitor/tv you're trying to use.

It's wireless, which may be a good thing, but it won't be perfect. I think it won't be too good for fast paced games.

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