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Mini DisplayPort 1.1 to HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort Adapter, Black
When your MacBook® needs to connect to a variety of different display types, you need this multifunction adapter from Monoprice!
This adapter has a mini DisplayPort (mDP) connector on one end for connecting to the output of your MacBook, MacBook Pro®, MacBook Air®, or any other device with an mDP output. The other end has DisplayPort (DP), HDMI®, and DVI output ports, allowing you to connect to a single display using either of these standards. This adapter saves you the hassle and expense of purchasing and transporting different adapters with your MacBook because this one adapter fits all the primary standards you are likely to encounter in your travels.
Note that this will not connect more than one display at a time. Only a single display can be connected to one of the outputs.
- Supports Mini DisplayPort 1.1a "Dual-Mode" input
- Supports audio output over HDMI for iMac® (from Late 2009 on) and MacBook Pro (from Mid 2010 on)
- Supports DisplayPort 1.1a "Dual-Mode" output with a maximum resolution of 2560x1600
- Supports HDMI and DVI output with a maximum max resolution of 1920x1080p @ 60Hz, 225MHz/2.25Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps all channel), 12-bit per channel (36-bit all channel) Deep Color
- Automatically detects the connected display type
- Powered by the Mini DisplayPort input
This adapter does NOT a support Dual-Link DVI output. It supports Dual-Mode DisplayPort (up to 2560x1600), but only Single-Link DVI (up to 1920x1080p).
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|Input Signal||Mini DisplayPort 1.1a|
|Input Connector||Mini DisplayPort male 20-pin|
|Output Signals||DisplayPort, HDMI, and DVI|
DisplayPort female Type A 20-pin
HDMI® Connector female
DVI female (24+1)
|Vertical Frequency||50/60 Hz|
|Video Amplifier Bandwidth||225 MHz / 2.25 Gbps|
|DisplayPort Resolution||max to 1920x1200, 2560x1600 (Dual-Mode)|
|HDMI/DVI Resolutions||480i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to +70°C|
|Operating Humidity||10% to 85% RH (no condensation)|
|Storage Temperature||-10°C to +80°C|
|Storage Humidity||5% to 90% RH (no condensation)|
|External Power Supply||none|
|Power Consumption (max)||0.7 watts|
Included in the Package:
- 1x Video adapter
- 1x User manual
Questions and Answers
CONS: Is passive, not active.
PROS: Very inexpensive
Has multiple different outputs.
CONS: Not active.
Can only hook up one output at a time (fairly expected)
PROS: Otherwise it works fine on my Surface 3 Pro.
CONS: I wish the cable from the device was longer so the tangle of wires wasn't on my desk. That's the only reason I subtracted a star.
PROS: cheap and quick delivery (since I'm in CA)
CONS: none so far
1 year ago
1 month ago
6 months ago
10 months ago
PROS: Solid construction, several output options (minus D-Sub)
CONS: I get that random and annoying 1-2 second black screen
The device was used regularly with a Macbook Air but in a location where there was little to no stress placed on the adapter, i.e. it was plugged into my Macbook Air mini displayport adapter laying flat on my desk. The cable that it was plugged into (majority of the time, DVI, but occasionally DisplayPort and HDMI) also laid flat on my desk so there was little to no stress placed on the adapter.
I now realize this adapter had been failing for several months but I initially wrote it off to a variety of things. The initial problem was that the external monitor would occasionally not display when the Macbook Air was restarted from sleep state. The issue was easily resolved if I unplugged the adapter or the video cable and plugged it back in. It was unclear what was causing the issue as I thought it could be caused by a number of issues including OSX upgrades, my laptop's displayport hardware, cables, etc. I never once thought it was the adapter since this is the first time I have had an adapter fail on me in almost 30 years. But this last week it became very clear when it permanently failed. and I borrowed several other adapters and when they worked I realized my adapter had failed.
In retrospect, I should have reported it to Monoprice sooner but didn't because I could not identify which component in the chain was causing the problem and the problem was easily resolved. Needless to say I will be returning the replacement adapter I just purchased as soon as it arrives and replacing it with display adapters with a longer warranty period. If I cannot acquire display adapters with a longer warranty period then I will purchased dedicated format adapters so I can replace only what is needed when they do fail.
PROS: convenient - multiple ports in one adapter
purchased from Monoprice (regardless of what happened with this item, I really, really like this supplier as they have what I consider to be superb customer service)
CONS: completely FAILED after 1 year, 4 months
warranty is only 1 year
when one adapter format fails they ALL fail.