Question from Don H.: For a while now I’ve been using an HP laptop and an Epson VS240 projector to display presentations to my Art History students.
The laptop’s hard drive died on me a few days ago and I don’t plan on having it replaced.
What I’d like to do is use my new iPad Pro and Apple’s Keynote presentation app to send video to the projector.
The problem is the projector has an HDMI port but the iPad Pro has a USB-C port.
Is there a simple way to connect the iPad Pro to my projector?
Rick’s answer: There sure is, Don. All you need is a USB-C to HDMI Adapter cable. (#ad)
The adapter cable will plug into the iPad Pro’s USB-C port and the projector’s HDMI port, connecting the two just perfectly.
Once connected, the contents of your iPad’s screen will be mirrored to the projector.
By the way, if you haven’t used the Keynote app before I think you’ll really like it. In my opinion it’s the best presentation app you can use on your iPad Pro.
I hope this helps Don. Good luck!
Update from Don: This looks like the perfect solution Rick. I just ordered one. Thanks for your help.
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