StarTech.com 2m Thunderbolt Cable - M/M - Mini Displayport Cable

Mfg.Part: TBOLTMM2M | CDW Part: 2727876 | UNSPSC: 26121600
Product Details
  • Supports both Thunderbolt 1 (10Gbps) and Thunderbolt 2 (20Gbps) devices
  • Compatible with Thunderbolt equipped desktop and laptop computers such as Apple Mac Pro Acer Aspire S5 and any laptops with Thunderbolt 2 ports
  • Also compatible with displays such as the Apple Thunderbolt Display 27" LG 34UC97 and more
  • 2m Thunderbolt Cable / 6ft Thunderbolt 2 Cable
  • Ideal for connecting external devices for high-resolution video editing and photography
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StarTech.com 2m Thunderbolt Cable - M/M - Mini Displayport Cable
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  • Supports both Thunderbolt 1 (10Gbps) and Thunderbolt 2 (20Gbps) devices
  • Compatible with Thunderbolt equipped desktop and laptop computers such as Apple Mac Pro Acer Aspire S5 and any laptops with Thunderbolt 2 ports
  • Also compatible with displays such as the Apple Thunderbolt Display 27" LG 34UC97 and more
  • 2m Thunderbolt Cable / 6ft Thunderbolt 2 Cable
  • Ideal for connecting external devices for high-resolution video editing and photography
Deliver ultrafast (up to 10 Gbps) multi-channel transfers of data, video, and audio between your Thunderbolt-equipped devices. The TBOLTMM2M Thunderbolt cable (2m) combines high-speed data transfers with high-definition video and audio connections between your Thunderbolt-equipped devices, enabling you to take advantage of ultrafast (up to 10 Gbps) bi-directional data transfers, while delivering high resolution video through a single cable solution.
StarTech.com Thunderbolt cables take full advantage of Intel Thunderbolt technology (codename "Light Peak"), and allow data to be transferred simultaneously to and from Thunderbolt-equipped devices, with far fewer bottlenecks than with I/O interfaces which utilize only a single stream of data.