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HDMI to VGA Kit
Convert the HDMI® video from your laptop or desktop PC or Mac to VGA for use with a projector using this HDMI to VGA Kit from Monoprice!
This kit comes with an small HDMI to VGA converter and an HDMI cable. The converter measures 0.9" x 0.5" x 1.7" (23 x 12 x 42 mm) and draws all the power it needs from the HDMI bus. The included 3-foot HDMI cable features an ultra-slim design with connectors that measure only 0.8" wide (21mm) and 0.5" (12mm) thick, so it won't block any adjacent ports on a laptop.
IMPORTANT! This adapter does NOT support HDCP, so this will not work in a home theater system and will not support playback of HDCP protected DVDs and Blu-ray Discs™ from your computer.
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PROS: Small and compact
Easy for anyone to use
Does what its designed to do
CONS: None really
PROS: Low Price, Good Quality
PROS: Monoprice was referred to me by a Office Max sales person. I had ordered a HDMI to VGA cable from another source and it did not convert the signal. It was basically a scam. Just because it has both types of connections does not mean it will work. The $4 cable was useless. The cable purchased from Monoprice came quickly and works well. It also appears to be of high quality material. I will reorder only from Monoprice from now on.
PROS: easy to set up and works as advertised
CONS: we have to unplug then plug back in each time we want to use it-
PROS: Exceptionally small - Low Cost - Metal casing seems really durable
PROS: Compact, rugged, worked without any adjustments
PROS: Required for laptops without VGA output
PROS: small, inexpensive.
CONS: The included HDMI cable might not be the "bonus" it first appears to be. It's also too bad it's not HDCP capable but eh, it's really cheap.