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Yes it does! Thank you!
If necessary, is it possible to divide this max resolution 4096x2304 on 4 smaller resolution monitors?
My work needs very high resolution because of detailed graphics/sheets. Am I correct understood that DP port is the best for max resolution details?
No, you cannot use 4 smaller resolution monitors. As I said, the iGFX engine can support a maximum of 3 monitors simultaneously. As well, since you have a built-in screen in your laptop, you can only connect two other monitors.
According to the spec sheet, your laptop has a HDMI connector. Only one monitor can be connected to a HDMI connector.
Your laptop also has a USB-C port, but I was unable to determine if this port supports DisplayPort Alt. Mode. If it doesn't, well, you are stuck with only two monitors (internal and HDMI external). If it does, however, you can connect two monitors to it using either DisplayPort Daisy-Chaining or using a 2-port MST Hub (like this: HDMI: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XPVGQKY or DisplayPort: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KIMP28Y). These could be two 1920x1080p@60Hz monitors or two 3840x2160@30Hz monitors.
Now, if you really want to have four external monitors, there is a way. You could use a USB Graphics Adapter to add two mode monitors. Here is an example: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0725K1MHH. This solution is not going to be terrifically fast (i.e. no gaming), but it will certainly support your spreadsheets and high-res graphics.
Hope this helps,
Thanks a lot for your deep explanation. I stay for an idea for 1 external monitor for max resolution. Will be simplest for workspace and hardware installation.
Working with spreadsheets do I feel or see difference using HDMI connector rather DisplayPort (understood, this PC doesn't has )? Anyway want understand for future.
*spreadsheets - using finance online graphics charts.