This product with three output ports, and you can choose one of them to use at a time as you demand, the functions of the port as followings: 1. DVI output, connect the DVI devices using a DVI cable. 2. HDMI output connects the HDMI devices using a HDMI cable. 3. VGA output connects the VGA devices using a VGA cable. 4. Mini Display Port, connect Mac Book, Mac Book Pro, or Mac Book Air. Specification: Input Signal:Mini Display Port 1.1a Output Video:HDMI/DVI/VGA Input: Mini Display Port Male 20pin . Output: HDMI Female Type A 19pin Connector:DVI Female (24+1) VGA Female 15Pin Vertical Frequency Range:50/60Hz Video Amplifier Bandwidth:2.25Gbps/225MHz HDMI/DVI/VGA:480i/480p,576p,720p,1080i/108op External Power Supply:No external power needed Power consumption (Max):700mW The Length of the cable:28cm Compatible models: Mac Book Air, Mac Book Pro, iMac, and Mac mini with thunderbolt ports since 2011 are all supported. Mac Book Air, Mac Book Pro, iMac, and Mac mini or PC with mini display port are also supported. Note: You should assure that if your Mac has one of the following two kinds of port : mini DP port and Thunderbolt port.
- Compatible with Apple Macbook, Macbook Pro, iMac, Macbook Air, Mac Mini, Surface Book and Pro Series, ThinkPad Carbon X1 Series; Compatible objective device: Projector, display, HDTV
- You can connect the display to one of HDMI/DVI/VGA output ports. Mini DP V1.2 Version, backward compatible with DP V1.1, given much faster transfer rate up to 5.4Gbps per lane to enable emerging display applications.
- Support audio output. When connecting the iMac (Late 2009) and Mac Book Pro (Mid 2010) to HDMI display, please set “Sound” on the dialog box of “System Preferences” to get audio outputDP V1.2 enables hight color range (supports Full HD 4K x 2K) over standard display port connector.
- Installation:- Connect the Mini DisplayPort connector on the video adapter to the Mini DisplayPort port on the host computer system. The computer system can be turned on or off (check documentation for the computer system for details). Power on the display device. Connect the display device (i.e. monitor) to the video adapter using the appropriate type of video cable (sold separately).
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