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I have a Lenovo T440s Laptop running Windows 10.  I recently purchased a Samsung large-screen 4K TV (Model #UN75-JU641D), and would like to use it as a computer monitor (in addition to TV).  My laptop doesn't have an HDMI output, though the house has pretty strong WiFi (which the TV can use to access streaming, etc.).  How can I display my computer screen on the TV?

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Phil SImmons
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You should have a wi di app on that laptop .
All you should have to do is have it scan for the TV and connect.
It should give you a pin number on the tv display to attach it as a monitor.
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Thank you for the prompt reply.
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