Today’s computers and mobile devices are available with a wide array of ports, from traditional USB to newfangled Thunderbolt 3 ports. Even if you’re familiar with the most common connectors, it can still be a challenge to figure out what wires or adapters you need in order to plug your device into a monitor, TV, network or peripheral.
When you’re shopping for a new laptop, a 2-in-1 or a hulking desktop PC, you’ll also want to keep ports in mind. If you need to attach to a particular type of device on the go, you’ll benefit from having that connector built-in or, at least, knowing what kind of adapter to pair with your new system. That’s why we’ve assembled a comprehensive list of ports, along with the type and cost of adapters you’ll need to use if you don’t have the right connectors on built-in.
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