• Use a dry, soft, and lint-free cloth or a piece of absorbent cotton to remove fingerprints or dust from the
touch screen. Do not apply solvents to the cloth.
• The touch screen is a glass panel covered with a plastic film. Do not apply pressure or place any metallic
object on the screen, which might damage the touch panel or cause it to malfunction.
• Do not use fingernails, gloved fingers, or inanimate objects for input on the screen.
• Regularly calibrate the accuracy of the finger input to avoid a discrepancy.
Connect to an external display
Connect your computer to a projector or a monitor to give presentations or expand your workspace.
Connect to a wired display
If your computer cannot detect the external display, right-click a blank area on the desktop and select
display settings. Then follow the on-screen instructions to detect the external display.
The following table lists the supported maximum resolution of the external display.
Connect the external display to
the USB-C (Thunderbolt 4) connector (for Intel models)
the USB-C (3.2 Gen 2) connector (for AMD models)
the HDMI connector
Notes: The HDMI connector supports the HDMI 2.0 standard by default. If you connect an external display
to your computer through the HDMI connector with an HDMI 1.4 cable, the external display might not work.
In this case, do one of the following:
• Use a qualified HDMI 2.0 cable instead of an HDMI 1.4 cable.
• Change the HDMI standard of the HDMI connector from 2.0 to 1.4. To change the HDMI standard, enter
the UEFI BIOS menu (see "Enter the UEFI BIOS menu" on page 37), and then configure HDMI Mode
Select in the Config menu.
Connect to a wireless display
To use a wireless display, ensure that both your computer and the external display support the Miracast
and then select a wireless display to connect with.
T14 Gen 2, T15 Gen 2, P14s Gen 2, and P15s Gen 2 User Guide
Up to 5120 x 3200 pixels / 60 Hz
Up to 5120 x 2880 pixels / 60 Hz
Up to 3840 x 2160 pixels / 60 Hz