How can I use Microsoft's Wireless Display Adapter to connect my Dell laptop to my Panasonic 60-inch plasma television?
Posted on 2016-10-22
This question is a little misleading, because I've already managed to use Microsoft's wireless display adapter to connect to my Panasonic plasma television. The problem is that I'm not sure I'm getting everything that the Panasonic is capable of.
When mounted in the docking station, my laptop is hardwired to two 24-inch monitors. Additionally, by way of the wireless display adapter, I can connect my television as a third monitor. Both 24-inch monitors are capable of 1080p. So is the television. Lately, I'm beginning to suspect that I'm not getting 1080p from the television. Instead I'm getting 1366x768!? According to Windows, the adapter for the television is an Intel HD Graphics 4000, while the adapter for the two monitors is an NVIDIA Quadro K1000M. I've always known that there were two adapters in my computer, I guess the adapter a monitor uses depends on the port into which it's plugged.
My question is, how do I get the full 1080p out of my television when I'm using it as a wireless display?