A:AnswerHello, we need way more information than you are providing I think. What type of phone ? What resolution do you expect? Regardless, I have had less than satisfactory results with my rotary phone, but I really don't expect it to support it anyways.
A:AnswerYes you can use this to have a duel monitor setup. Plug the dport in the the GPU. Then attach the hdmi on the other end and then of course the monitor. Keep in mind having two screens will hurt performance. So I’m not sure how capable a 1050 is these days for running newer games and duel screens at the same time.
A:AnswerThats very odd, most freesync monitors should have a DP input. To be honest with you, im not 100% sure, but from what I know, a HDMI in the connection from HDMI to DP will throttle the performance making it similar to if it was just HDMI to HDMI.
A:AnswerNo, it does not work with your laptop.
It seems that your computer does not have a DisplayPort.
If your computer has a MiniDisplay Port you could try to use a MiniDisplay port to HDMI adapter.
David M. - Insignia Support
A:AnswerSo long as your monitor plugs into the female end of the Adapter and your graphics card as an available DisplayPort for the male end. I personally three monitors with the adapter being used for the third because the GTX 1070 lacks a second HDMI. Long story short, yes you can.
A:AnswerFirst, what are the outputs on your graphics card? If you have an HDMI and a display port out, you SHOULD be able to use this adapter plus 2 HDMI cables to run dual screens. One HDMI cable from the graphics card to the primary monitor. Second, you plug this adapter into your graphics card display port out. You plug the second HDMI cable into the adapter and second monitor. Hardware wise this should work, however you would still need to tell your operating system (such as windows) to run two screens.
In windows 10:
Right click on desktop
In the multiple displays section hit detect if they aren't showing up
Keep in mind these adapters take display port signal and convert them to HDMI passively. It will not work to convert HDMI to DP, that would require an active (powered) adapter.