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Connect Your Laptop Or Tablet To Your HDTV

The Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter lets you stream high-quality A/V content from your laptop or tablet to your HDTV and HDMI monitors. Use it in conjunction with an HDMI cable (sold separately) to watch movies, share photos, or switch to expand your workstation with a mirrored desktop. Note: This adapter plugs into the Mini DisplayPort/Thunderbolt port found on MacBooks and many Ultrabooks and tablets. Please check your device to confirm compatibility.

Maximum High-Definition Performance

Mini DisplayPort cables offer the ideal digital display interface standard for maximum high-definition performance. This Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter allows you to enjoy 4K video (3840 x 2160) at a 30Hz frame rate, which is over four times the pixel count of 1080p. Like traditional HDMI cables, this Mini DisplayPort to HDMI cable also supports high-definition audio for an all-in-one A/V solution.

Durable Design Resists Wear and Tear

The adapter offers molded-strain relief for flexibility at the connection points, reducing wear and tear from frequent use. A white label helps you identify which end is up for easy, quick insertion.

Plug and Play Simplicity

Seamless plug-and-play capability makes this adapter ideal for quick media sharing in any setting. Use this adapter to watch movies from your laptop on the HDTV in the living room, share photos for everyone to see on the big screen, or give presentations at the office.

Features

  • Adapter transmits audio and video from Mini DisplayPort to HDMI
  • High Definition support of up to 4k x 2k (3840 x 2160) at 30Hz
  • Ideal for connecting laptops or tablets to an HDTV
  • Use for movies, presentations, workstations, and more
  • Compact, portable 5-inch design
  • Requires separate HDMI cable

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