This article describes why no DisplayPort, HDMI or other adapters may ship with a system.
Often systems are purchased as replacements for existing system installations that do not require a replacement of the LCD display. Due to changes in the default graphics ports on newer systems, it is often found that cables and/or adapters are required to make the necessary connections between the system and the existing LCD display.
Most systems today ship with DisplayPort or High Definition Multi-media Interface (HDMI) ports as primary video out, and may lack legacy Video Graphics Array (VGA) and Digital Video Interface (DVI) connections that are more familiar to most end users. In other cases, multiple display configurations are used and lack appropriate connections for the 2nd or more displays. For information on Multiple Display Configurations see Client Best Effort One-Stop: Troubleshooting Multiple Monitor Issues
Dell offers our customers a wide variety of connection options that can be purchased at the Dell website:
Article ID: SLN208276
Last Date Modified: 09/05/2018 10:28 AM
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