Tripp Lite Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Converter UHD 4Kx2K Mac/PC 6in

Mfg.Part: P137-06N-HD-UHD | CDW Part: 3468151 | UNSPSC: 26121604
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  • Connect a UHD 4K x 2K HDMI monitor to a Mac or PC with a Mini Displayport output
  • Ideal for Thunderbolt/ Mini DisplayPort equipped laptops Chromebooks MacBooks and Microsoft Surface
  • Supports Ultra High Definition (UHD) video resolutions up to 4Kx2K 3840x2160 (24Hz or 30Hz)
  • Mini DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI/ Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Active Adapter Converter/ Mini DisplayPort to HDMI 4K Converter/ mDP to HDMI adapter/ 4K mDP to HDMI/ mDP 1.2 to HDMI converter
  • Tripp Lite 3-year Warranty
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Tripp Lite Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Converter UHD 4Kx2K Mac/PC 6in
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Main Features
  • Connect a UHD 4K x 2K HDMI monitor to a Mac or PC with a Mini Displayport output
  • Ideal for Thunderbolt/ Mini DisplayPort equipped laptops Chromebooks MacBooks and Microsoft Surface
  • Supports Ultra High Definition (UHD) video resolutions up to 4Kx2K 3840x2160 (24Hz or 30Hz)
  • Mini DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI/ Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Active Adapter Converter/ Mini DisplayPort to HDMI 4K Converter/ mDP to HDMI adapter/ 4K mDP to HDMI/ mDP 1.2 to HDMI converter
  • Tripp Lite 3-year Warranty
Tripp Lite's P137-06N-HD-UHD, Mini DisplayPort 1.2 Male to UHD Active HDMI Female adapter, allows you to connect a Mac or PC with a Mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt output to a UHD 4K HDMI TV.

Ideal for Thunderbolt/Mini DisplayPort equipped laptops, Chromebooks, MacBooks, and Microsoft Surface. Mac 10.11, Windows 10 Compatible. Compatible with the Thunderbolt port on Mac computers.

Supports Ultra High Definition (UHD) video resolutions up to 4Kx2K, 3840 x 2160 (24Hz or 30Hz). Fully molded ends ensure long life enjoyment.

Converts both Single-Mode and Dual-Mode (DP++) Mini DisplayPort output, and is perfect for use with graphics cards, such as AMD Eyefinity, that do not output DP++ signals.