StarTech.com Travel A/V adapter - 3-in-1 mDP to DP DVI or HDMI converter -

Mfg.Part: MDP2DPDVHD | CDW Part: 2529501 | UNSPSC: 26121604
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  • Connect your mini DisplayPort Device to a DisplayPort HDMIor DVI Display with this Compact All-in-One Adapter
  • Compatible with mDP enabled computer systems such as Ultrabooks and MacBook Air / Pro
  • Mini DisplayPort Converter / Mini DisplayPort Adapter / mini DisplayPort to DP / DVI / HDMI
  • Connect your computer to almost any Display
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  • Connect your mini DisplayPort Device to a DisplayPort HDMIor DVI Display with this Compact All-in-One Adapter
  • Compatible with mDP enabled computer systems such as Ultrabooks and MacBook Air / Pro
  • Mini DisplayPort Converter / Mini DisplayPort Adapter / mini DisplayPort to DP / DVI / HDMI
  • Connect your computer to almost any Display
Connect your mini DisplayPort Device to a DisplayPort, HDMI or DVI Display, with this Compact, All-in-One Adapter. The MDP2DPDVHD mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort, DVI or HDMI Multifunction Adapter converts a mini DisplayPort (mDP) input to DisplayPort, DVI or HDMI output signals - all in a single compact adapter.

This multifunction adapter offers the unique ability to connect almost any display to your mini DisplayPort equipped PC or Mac, providing the perfect solution for business environments that have mixed display hardware - saving the expense of purchasing new displays for compatibility. This Mini DisplayPort adapter is the perfect accessory for any of your MacBook or Microsoft Surface Pro devices with mDP.

A plug-and-play solution that requires no software or drivers, this versatile mDP adapter offers a quick and simple installation for the utmost convenience.

Compatible with Intel Thunderbolt, when connected directly to a supporting DisplayPort over Thunderbolt I/O port.