StarTech.com 2x1 HDMI+VGA to HDMI Switch w/ Automatic & Priority Switching

Mfg.Part: VS221VGA2HD | CDW Part: 3549909 | UNSPSC: 43211604
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  • Share an HDMI display/projector between a VGA and HDMI audio/video source with automatic and priority switching
  • Compatible with VGA and HDMI enabled computer systems such as Ultrabooks and Chromebooks and HDMI enabled Televisions and Projectors
  • VGA to HDMI/HDMI Switch/HDMI Switch Box/HDMI Converter Switch box with VGA/VGA to HDMI Selector/VGA to HDMI Converter Switch
  • Ideal for BYOD applications in classrooms or boardrooms with optional HDMI or VGA-in and HDMI-out
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Main Features
  • Share an HDMI display/projector between a VGA and HDMI audio/video source with automatic and priority switching
  • Compatible with VGA and HDMI enabled computer systems such as Ultrabooks and Chromebooks and HDMI enabled Televisions and Projectors
  • VGA to HDMI/HDMI Switch/HDMI Switch Box/HDMI Converter Switch box with VGA/VGA to HDMI Selector/VGA to HDMI Converter Switch
  • Ideal for BYOD applications in classrooms or boardrooms with optional HDMI or VGA-in and HDMI-out
Share an HDMI display/projector between a VGA and HDMI audio/video source, with automatic and priority switching. The VS221VGA2HD HDMI and VGA Auto Switch lets you connect an HDMI and a VGA audio/video source to the same HDMI display or projector, and automatically or manually switch between which video source is displayed. The multi-input A/V switch supports video resolution up to 1920x1200 (1080p) and includes mounting hardware for a tidy professional installation.

The A/V switch features built-in VGA conversion, enabling you to connect an HDMI and a VGA video source to the same HDMI display without the use of additional adapters or scalers.

The VS221VGA2HD ensures hassle-free operation with two different auto switching modes: automatic switching that detects and selects a newly connected device, as well as priority selection which lets you choose which port should be activated by default for automatic switching.

This A/V switch has been designed with the boardroom and classroom in mind: the VS221VGA2HD features VGA and HDMI inputs to support a wide range of devices, and the built-in converter makes it easy to connect to the room's display without the use of additional adapters. Plus, automatic switching encourages on-the-fly collaboration among students or co-workers, by making it easy to share your projector between multiple source devices.

If you are looking for a similar device with VGA output, please see VS221HD2VGA.

StarTech.com 2x1 HDMI+VGA to HDMI Switch w/ Automatic & Priority Switching is rated5.00 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very DisappointedWe bought 6 of these for the conference rooms and seems like the 3 that we installed have issues. On Mac computers (tested on 2 different 15" retinas) sometimes when you plug into the HDMI the screen has a green transparent overlay (occurs about half the time).On all machines it seems we have about an 80% success rate meaning that 20% of the time you need to power cycle the device to get it to work. Very disappointed and looking for a more commercial solution.This would be fine if it were for my house. I love the size and the features but it is not acceptable for a conference room.
Date published: 2016-01-29T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from DependableI am glad to have purchased this item. It is dependable and the ordering process was easy and fast.
Date published: 2016-09-16T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great ProductWe bought this Switch to replace our more expensive one we had. Turns out that this works great, right out of the box. It's way smaller than the one we had and it's a Great Price.It switches automatically as well as manually. It's got a small switch where you can set it on how you want it to switch.
Date published: 2015-10-16T00:00:00-04:00