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What adapter will provide the best resolution/image quality for extending my late 2013 macbook pro retina display to a 24" AOC 2436VH monitor? The monitor has HDMI and VGA (d sub). Do I want mini display port to HDMI, or just an HDMI cable or VGA? I will mainly use it for working/writing, not for movies or anything (if it matters).

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    It's not going to make any difference what kind of cable you use.
    – woz
    Feb 23, 2014 at 3:34
  • roger that. five more words to go..
    – derelict
    Feb 23, 2014 at 4:17

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The MacBook Pro retina display already comes with a HDMI. so all you have to do is buy a quality HDMI cable and connect them together. Then MacOSX will recognise the display and then you can use it as a normal display.

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