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M7 Smart Monitor

  • 4 April 2021
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Hi there, I’ve just bought the M7 smart monitor as it’s ideal for what I need. I have a MacBook Pro with 2 thunderbolt ports to connect to it. I plan to use one usb c port to connect the display and power to my Mac, I was then thinking I would have a usb-a to Ethernet adapter on the back of the monitor. Would that adapter provide a connection to my Mac via the monitor? Or perhaps is it better to consider a usb-c hub to plug into the back of the monitor, then route one usb-c cable to my Mac for the display and power, then plug an Ethernet cable into that? Hopefully that kind of makes sense, any help is greatly appreciated.


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Hi there, I’ve just bought the M7 smart monitor as it’s ideal for what I need. I have a MacBook Pro with 2 thunderbolt ports to connect to it. I plan to use one usb c port to connect the display and power to my Mac, I was then thinking I would have a usb-a to Ethernet adapter on the back of the monitor. Would that adapter provide a connection to my Mac via the monitor? Or perhaps is it better to consider a usb-c hub to plug into the back of the monitor, then route one usb-c cable to my Mac for the display and power, then plug an Ethernet cab10.0.0.0.1 le into that? Hopefully that kind of makes sense, any help is greatly appreciated.

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