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One of the most wonderful things about Chromebooks is how simple they are — you don’t have to buy additional accessories to make them work, they just do most of what people want out of the box. But perhaps you have additional needs like using a larger external screen, necessitating having an external keyboard and mouse in the process.
Sound like something you need to do? Well, it’s not tough to figure out. We’re going to lay out a handful of tips for getting your Chromebook up and running with an external monitor, keyboard, and mouse.
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Just about every Chromebook comes with a full-sized HDMI port — take a look around the edges, and you’ll quickly know whether or not you have one. If you do, you can connect your Chromebook to any modern monitor or TV with a cheap HDMI cable and be on your way….