• Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
  • Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
  • Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
  • Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
  • Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
  • Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol
Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black   Thunderbol

Cable Matters Mini Display Port To Hdmi Adapter With Vga And Dvi 3 In 1 Adapter In Black Thunderbol

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  • Lightweight and portable Thunderbolt to HDMI adapter for connecting a Mini DisplayPort (Mini DP or mDP)/Thunderbolt 2 port compatible computer to an HDTV, monitor, or projector with HDMI/DVI/VGA; A separate HDMI/DVI/VGA cable (sold separately) is required for this HDMI to Mini Displayport cable adapter
  • Mini DP to HDMI adapter transmits both audio and video from computer or tablet to HD display via HDMI; HDMI to Mini Display Port adapter supports video resolutions up to 4K via HDMI and flawless audio pass-thru for uncompressed digital 7.1, 5.1 or 2 channels; Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter supports 1080p via DVI or VGA (no audio output via DVI or VGA)
  • Low-profile connector on the Mini Display to HDMI adapter does not block adjacent ports on your computer, has molded strain-relief for long life, and has ergonomically designed treads for easy plugging and unplugging
  • Gold-plated connectors of the Mini DisplayPort to DVI adapter resist corrosion, provide rigidity, and improve the signal performance of the Mini Display Port to HDMI adapter
  • Compatible with Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro; Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Pro 3, Pro 2, Surfacebook (NOT Surface for Windows RT); Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, X230/X240s, L540, T540p, W540, Helix; Dell XPS 13/14/15/17, Latitude E7240/E7440, Precision M3800; Alienware 14/17/18; Acer Aspire R7/S7/V5/V7; Intel NUC; Asus Zenbook; HP Envy 14/17; Google Chromebook Pixel; Cyberpower Zeusbook Edge X6; Toshiba Satellite Pro S500, Tecra M11/A11

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Good for home and travel Pros:LightweightEasy to packDurable CordSolid tight connectionsCons: None so farTried out all ports, VGA, HMDI and DVI all work smoothly and without a problem. On constant use, 6+ hours, the unit is barely warm to the touch. Requires no power source and comes with a clear plastic cap to put back on the DisplayPort tip to keep dirt out, though the output ports don't, but not an issue.Side note, the ports used for HDMI, VGA and DVI outputs can NOT but used as inputs ports. The device you want to watch your entertainment off of MUST have a mini display port (Have not tried it on an adapter for other ports, might work or might not). If you are curious, ask in the Q & A section, someone might have an answer! 5One Dongle instead of three! This is a great addition to my Surface Pro 3. It works great and saves me needing to know in advance what type of projector I'll be connecting to. It's got the three most common ports, so it'll almost always get the job done. It only supports video out on one of the three ports at a time though. Don't think you're going to be able to drive three different monitors or projectors at once. Video quality is great on the two connectors that I've used (VGA and HDMI - I haven't tried the DVI connector yet). 5Probably the smartest adapter choice Feels like good quality, I have no issues with it whatsoever. I got this and paired it with a DVI to HDMI cable. I worked out that this was the most versatile combination for an adapter setup (with cost in mind). I'm not sure how much it can transmit though. I haven't tried it, but I know like Apple TV and I'm sure many other things send over sound and can even control other devices (pressing the Apple TV remote turns the tv on and changes the input all at the same time) 5Cable Matters Mini DisplayPort converter I have several Cable Matters products. Always good quality and very good prices. This converter box for video output works flawlessly. It also has a blue led on the top of the box to tell you that the video signal is being processed through the converter. I like little extra touches like that. Cuts way down on diagnostic time when and if it was required.This is the product to buy if your looking for this type of converter. Very pleased with the product. 5Yes, it works for PCs/Laptops that have mini DisplayPort. For the price and it's a must have if you're like me that do a lot of mobile work at various locations that have different types of monitor connections for your laptop. With newer laptops nowadays having a mini display port over the outdated but still widely used VGA, this is a must have.. and some times you might bump into a system where you need to use HDMI or DVI as well. Just in case for the non-tech savvy person that ask "well, does this work with a PC?" The answer is yes, yes it does (frankly it's a gimmick to see such things that are "Thunderbolt Port" or "exclusively for Macs" advertised) but hey, that does clear up for Mac and Thunderbolt owners. 5Makes an old amplified VGA connection to LCD projector work on my computer when otherwise I couldn't connect directly In our larger classrooms, the LCD projectors are way in back (clasroom for 150-200), and the only laptop connector at the front is a VGA. My computer has a VGA connector (that normally works just fine connecting to VGA) but in this room, a large fraction of laptops won't see the projector when trying to use that VGA. (I suspect that the VGA amplifier/splitter that they have in that room must not be up to spec). Anyway, this connector seems to be able to handle that non-up-to-spec VGA so that I can use my computer's thunderbolt connection instead and finally be able to use my laptop in that room.In addition - I also have used it as thunderbolt to hdmi, and it works fine with my computer.In addition - I also have used it as thunderbold to hdmi to a netgear Push2TV NETGEAR Push2TV Wireless Display HDMI Adapter with Miracast (PTV3000) Certified for use with Kindle Fire HDX screen cast box to be able to do screen casting from tablet in the classroom. (We have all these 'smart' classrooms, but they haven't been updated in many years). 5Works very well with two minor solvable issues PROS: Handles DVI, HDMI, VGA well; Mac had no problem recognizing the type and resolution of the monitorCONS: Thunderbolt connection a little finicky in that I need to make sure it's pushed in and perpendicular to connectorDETAILS: I have a new 2015 mac book pro with only 1 HDMI and 2 Thunderbolt ports. I have multiple monitors as well as travel often. I need both the VGA and DVI ports. I'm able to use the monitor at my desk (VGA through an iogear KVM) and my workbench (DVI). I've had only two minor problems. The first is that the Display Port cable catches when inserting before completely seated. In this position, the monitor works but all the model and resolution metadata isn't communicated, meaning the mac uses the base resolution only. After I discovered that I only had to firmly push the cable further into the Display Port, the model and resolution were recognized by the mac. The second is that the cable can seat not perpendicular, leading to the same problem as not seating properly. After figuring these out, I've had no further problems and am completely satisfied. 5Perfect for presenters on the road, solid build quality and high video/audio quality I've always had to have multiple adapters inside my go-bag for presentations because you just never know if the TV or projector in the conference room is going to have DVI, VGA, or HDMI and with this adapter you never have to worry. It outputs full HD signals from my Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon w/ Mini DisplayPort and carries audio over the cable perfectly. As noted by others, you cannot output to multiple displays using this cable so you'll need to buy a more expensive displayport cable to be able to do that, but for the presenter on the road, this product is great.One complaint I do have is that the size of the box can be a bit unsightly. I haven't looked inside the box, but it seems like they could have easily put one adapter per side and the input cable on the 4th side. No big deal though, the build quality is great and Cable Matters is a name you can trust. 5Great add-on item for my laptop travel bag I use an MS Surface for work, with a docking station. I have it all setup in my office, cables ran all nice and neat, but recently had to travel to a remote site for tech support and did not want to take apart my office setup just to bring my docking station with me for a small job. I made due with the monitor screen, but really which I could have plugged into a spare monitor on the remote site. Looking at the various Microsoft branded doodads for the surface, I felt I didn't want to spend that much for something that would seldom to be used. I considered buying a miniDisplay-to-HDMI cable, but felt that would restrict my ability to plug into monitors with different display ports.Quick search on Amazon lead me to this Cables Matters 3-in-1 adapter, which not only gave me the HDMI port I was looking for, but also VGA and DVI as well. This is better suited for the type of work I do, since I never know what kind of monitors will be available to be at the various remote sites I support, and for the price (less than $20) it was a far more affordable solution than purchasing another docking station for the laptop (+$100). I've also used Cable Matters cables/products in the past and trust their workmanship and reliability. Compared to other third-party cable manufactures, their products always works right out of the bag/box, something I can't say for other vendors who sell similar items for less on Amazon. 5This was a lifesaver! I have a Surface Pro, but frankly, the screen was a bit to small for me after a while. I had been bugging to get a desktop when it hit me, "I should just hook my tablet to a monitor!" This was just the gadget. IT SAVED ME SO MUCH MONEY!!! I didnt have to spend hours backing up information. I didnt have to go spend HUNDREDS getting a new computer. I didnt have to get used to a new lay out.I have even connected this up with my tablet and my tv and did some work on there. Now, doing some work on a 46 inch LED TV. NOW THAT IS AWESOME!I would recommend to ANYONE! This was a life saver. IT is STILL Going strong and I got it over a year ago.With this device I can:-Connect to a DVI-VGA-HDMI (I can hook this to a tv if I wanted to) 5
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Good for home and travel Pros:LightweightEasy to packDurable CordSolid tight connectionsCons: None so farTried out all ports, VGA, HMDI and DVI all work smoothly and without a problem. On constant use, 6+ hours, the unit is barely warm to the touch. Requires no power source and comes with a clear plastic cap to put back on the DisplayPort tip to keep dirt out, though the output ports don't, but not an issue.Side note, the ports used for HDMI, VGA and DVI outputs can NOT but used as inputs ports. The device you want to watch your entertainment off of MUST have a mini display port (Have not tried it on an adapter for other ports, might work or might not). If you are curious, ask in the Q & A section, someone might have an answer! 5One Dongle instead of three! This is a great addition to my Surface Pro 3. It works great and saves me needing to know in advance what type of projector I'll be connecting to. It's got the three most common ports, so it'll almost always get the job done. It only supports video out on one of the three ports at a time though. Don't think you're going to be able to drive three different monitors or projectors at once. Video quality is great on the two connectors that I've used (VGA and HDMI - I haven't tried the DVI connector yet). 5Probably the smartest adapter choice Feels like good quality, I have no issues with it whatsoever. I got this and paired it with a DVI to HDMI cable. I worked out that this was the most versatile combination for an adapter setup (with cost in mind). I'm not sure how much it can transmit though. I haven't tried it, but I know like Apple TV and I'm sure many other things send over sound and can even control other devices (pressing the Apple TV remote turns the tv on and changes the input all at the same time) 5Cable Matters Mini DisplayPort converter I have several Cable Matters products. Always good quality and very good prices. This converter box for video output works flawlessly. It also has a blue led on the top of the box to tell you that the video signal is being processed through the converter. I like little extra touches like that. Cuts way down on diagnostic time when and if it was required.This is the product to buy if your looking for this type of converter. Very pleased with the product. 5Yes, it works for PCs/Laptops that have mini DisplayPort. For the price and it's a must have if you're like me that do a lot of mobile work at various locations that have different types of monitor connections for your laptop. With newer laptops nowadays having a mini display port over the outdated but still widely used VGA, this is a must have.. and some times you might bump into a system where you need to use HDMI or DVI as well. Just in case for the non-tech savvy person that ask "well, does this work with a PC?" The answer is yes, yes it does (frankly it's a gimmick to see such things that are "Thunderbolt Port" or "exclusively for Macs" advertised) but hey, that does clear up for Mac and Thunderbolt owners. 5Makes an old amplified VGA connection to LCD projector work on my computer when otherwise I couldn't connect directly In our larger classrooms, the LCD projectors are way in back (clasroom for 150-200), and the only laptop connector at the front is a VGA. My computer has a VGA connector (that normally works just fine connecting to VGA) but in this room, a large fraction of laptops won't see the projector when trying to use that VGA. (I suspect that the VGA amplifier/splitter that they have in that room must not be up to spec). Anyway, this connector seems to be able to handle that non-up-to-spec VGA so that I can use my computer's thunderbolt connection instead and finally be able to use my laptop in that room.In addition - I also have used it as thunderbolt to hdmi, and it works fine with my computer.In addition - I also have used it as thunderbold to hdmi to a netgear Push2TV NETGEAR Push2TV Wireless Display HDMI Adapter with Miracast (PTV3000) Certified for use with Kindle Fire HDX screen cast box to be able to do screen casting from tablet in the classroom. (We have all these 'smart' classrooms, but they haven't been updated in many years). 5Works very well with two minor solvable issues PROS: Handles DVI, HDMI, VGA well; Mac had no problem recognizing the type and resolution of the monitorCONS: Thunderbolt connection a little finicky in that I need to make sure it's pushed in and perpendicular to connectorDETAILS: I have a new 2015 mac book pro with only 1 HDMI and 2 Thunderbolt ports. I have multiple monitors as well as travel often. I need both the VGA and DVI ports. I'm able to use the monitor at my desk (VGA through an iogear KVM) and my workbench (DVI). I've had only two minor problems. The first is that the Display Port cable catches when inserting before completely seated. In this position, the monitor works but all the model and resolution metadata isn't communicated, meaning the mac uses the base resolution only. After I discovered that I only had to firmly push the cable further into the Display Port, the model and resolution were recognized by the mac. The second is that the cable can seat not perpendicular, leading to the same problem as not seating properly. After figuring these out, I've had no further problems and am completely satisfied. 5Perfect for presenters on the road, solid build quality and high video/audio quality I've always had to have multiple adapters inside my go-bag for presentations because you just never know if the TV or projector in the conference room is going to have DVI, VGA, or HDMI and with this adapter you never have to worry. It outputs full HD signals from my Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon w/ Mini DisplayPort and carries audio over the cable perfectly. As noted by others, you cannot output to multiple displays using this cable so you'll need to buy a more expensive displayport cable to be able to do that, but for the presenter on the road, this product is great.One complaint I do have is that the size of the box can be a bit unsightly. I haven't looked inside the box, but it seems like they could have easily put one adapter per side and the input cable on the 4th side. No big deal though, the build quality is great and Cable Matters is a name you can trust. 5Great add-on item for my laptop travel bag I use an MS Surface for work, with a docking station. I have it all setup in my office, cables ran all nice and neat, but recently had to travel to a remote site for tech support and did not want to take apart my office setup just to bring my docking station with me for a small job. I made due with the monitor screen, but really which I could have plugged into a spare monitor on the remote site. Looking at the various Microsoft branded doodads for the surface, I felt I didn't want to spend that much for something that would seldom to be used. I considered buying a miniDisplay-to-HDMI cable, but felt that would restrict my ability to plug into monitors with different display ports.Quick search on Amazon lead me to this Cables Matters 3-in-1 adapter, which not only gave me the HDMI port I was looking for, but also VGA and DVI as well. This is better suited for the type of work I do, since I never know what kind of monitors will be available to be at the various remote sites I support, and for the price (less than $20) it was a far more affordable solution than purchasing another docking station for the laptop (+$100). I've also used Cable Matters cables/products in the past and trust their workmanship and reliability. Compared to other third-party cable manufactures, their products always works right out of the bag/box, something I can't say for other vendors who sell similar items for less on Amazon. 5This was a lifesaver! I have a Surface Pro, but frankly, the screen was a bit to small for me after a while. I had been bugging to get a desktop when it hit me, "I should just hook my tablet to a monitor!" This was just the gadget. IT SAVED ME SO MUCH MONEY!!! I didnt have to spend hours backing up information. I didnt have to go spend HUNDREDS getting a new computer. I didnt have to get used to a new lay out.I have even connected this up with my tablet and my tv and did some work on there. Now, doing some work on a 46 inch LED TV. NOW THAT IS AWESOME!I would recommend to ANYONE! This was a life saver. IT is STILL Going strong and I got it over a year ago.With this device I can:-Connect to a DVI-VGA-HDMI (I can hook this to a tv if I wanted to) 5
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