USB-C to mDP Converter Gets Your Gaming, Home Theater or Digital Signage Setup 8K-Ready
This high-speed USB Type-C to Mini DisplayPort adapter (M/F) connects a Mini DisplayPort monitor, projector or television to the USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 port on your MacBook Pro, Windows laptop, tablet or media center. Backward compatible with all your existing USB-C sources and Mini DisplayPort displays, the U444-06N-MDP8W is ideal for future-proofing your 1080p or 4K audio/video application in anticipation of an 8K upgrade. It flawlessly handles data transfer speeds up to 32 Gbps.
Supports USB-C DisplayPort 1.4 Alternate Mode for Converting Audio/Video Signals
By connecting the USB-C cable to a source device that supports USB DisplayPort 1.4 Alt Mode, you can output 8K video and digital audio to a Mini DisplayPort monitor, television or projector without installing special software drivers. The cable is backward compatible with DP 1.2 Alt Mode signals.
Enjoy the Clarity of 4K/8K Video with Digital Audio, HDR and 4:4:4 Color
The U444-06N-MDP8W supports Ultra High Speed 8K video resolutions up to 7680 x 4320 at 30 Hz, as well as 48-bit Deep Color and HDR video, providing a wide range of vibrant colors with richer contrast, brighter whites and deeper b that pop on your 4K display. HDCP 2.2 compliance allows you to stream 4K Amazon and Netflix content with no complications. This adapter supports 4:4:4 chroma subsampling for top-level PC gaming or using your HDTV as a PC monitor. An equalizer built into the Mini DisplayPort connector automatically adjusts the video image to perfect clarity.
Reversible USB-C Connector Attaches in Either Direction
Unlike traditional USB cables that connect in only one direction, the reversible USB-C male connector plugs into a USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 port in either direction for an instant connection every time.
Ready to Use Right from the Package, So You Can Plug and Play Immediately
The plug-and-play USB Type-C to Mini DisplayPort adapter requires no software or external power. Just connect the USB-C plug to the USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 port on a source device that supports USB DisplayPort Alternate Mode, and connect the Mini DisplayPort end to your monitor or HDTV with a Mini DisplayPort cable (sold separately).