Once power is available, the next step should be to put together the PC.
Set up the monitor
Place the LG monitor on the table.
Connect the LG power cable to the DC-IN input on the back of the monitor.
Plug the other end of the cable into one of the available power outlets.
Connect the monitor to the Intel NUC mini PC
Take the Intel NUC mini PC out of the top layer of the Pelican case. Place it next to the base of the monitor.
The power source for the mini PC is in the second layer of the kit, in two parts. Connect the AC cable to the matching plug on the block.
Connect the cable to the AC port on the back of the mini PC; plug the other end into one of the available power outlets.
Use the included HDMI cable to connect the monitor to the mini PC.
Plug one end into the HDMI port on the back of the mini PC, and plug the other end into the HDMI IN 1 input on the back of the monitor.
Add the keyboard, mouse, and mouse pad.
To round out the PC setup, take the Livestream keyboard out of the middle layer of the kit.
Connect it to one of the USB ports on the mini PC (there are two in the front and four in the back).
The included mouse pad can be found on the top layer; underneath the mouse pad, you will find the blue Studio USB dongle. The mouse is in the middle layer of the kit.
Plug the mouse into the USB port on the upper right side of the keyboard (below the F19 key).
Connect the Studio USB Dongle
The Studio USB dongle is the license that gives you full access to Livestream Studio. Without it, Livestream Studio's capabilities are very limited.
Important: Do not lose your USB dongle! The device (a $799 value) cannot be replaced if it is lost or stolen. You can review our dongle policy at livestream.com/terms/studio.
Plug the dongle into the USB port on the upper left of the keyboard, below the ESC key, opposite the mouse port.