StarTech.com Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Video Adapter - White

Mfg.Part: MDP2HDW | CDW Part: 2684571 | UNSPSC: 26121604
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  • Connect an HDMI-capable display to a Mini-DisplayPort-equipped Mac or PC computer
  • Compatible with Mini DisplayPort equipped laptops such as MacBook Pro / MacBook Air
  • Passive / DP++ / Dual-mode DisplayPort
  • Supports Resolutions up to 1920x1200
  • Thunderbolt to HDMI Compatible
  • Connects to your MacBook Pro / Air Thunderbolt port
  • MDP to HDMI Adapter / Mini DisplayPort to HDMI / Mini DP to HDMI
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Main Features
  • Connect an HDMI-capable display to a Mini-DisplayPort-equipped Mac or PC computer
  • Compatible with Mini DisplayPort equipped laptops such as MacBook Pro / MacBook Air
  • Passive / DP++ / Dual-mode DisplayPort
  • Supports Resolutions up to 1920x1200
  • Thunderbolt to HDMI Compatible
  • Connects to your MacBook Pro / Air Thunderbolt port
  • MDP to HDMI Adapter / Mini DisplayPort to HDMI / Mini DP to HDMI
  • MacBook Pro to HDMI / MacBook Air to HDMI / Thunderbolt to HDMI Converter
  • Mac to HDTV
Connect an HDMI-capable display to a Mini-DisplayPort-equipped PC or Mac computer. The MDP2HDW passive Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Video Adapter/Converter (White) offers a convenient HDMI/Mini-DisplayPort link, which enables you to connect an HDMI computer monitor or television to a device with a Mini-DisplayPort output, while saving the expense of upgrading the monitor for compatibility. The adapter supports high resolution output up to 1920x1200, offering a high quality solution for mirroring or extending a computer desktop onto a second display. This versatile Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter requires a multimode DisplayPort port (DisplayPort ++) connection to function, and is compatible with Intel Thunderbolt output when connected directly to a supporting DisplayPort over Thunderbolt I/O port.