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AmazonBasics Mini DisplayPort (Thunderbolt) to HDMI Adapter - $9 (F/S for Prime Members)

APlusIvyLeaguer 978 703 July 29, 2016 at 02:20 PM in Computer Accessories (9) More Amazon Deals
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AmazonBasics Mini DisplayPort (Thunderbolt) to HDMI Adapter
https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasi...mi+adapter
Current price is $8.99, lowest price ever according to CamelCamelCamel

Free shipping for Prime members, otherwise free after order is above $49

I have one of these for more than a year, and they're more reliable than the cheaper international versions sold elsewhere!

Quick Overview:
Compatible with Apple iMac and MacBook
Adapts a Mini DisplayPort to a HDMI input
Supports up to 1920 x 1200 resolution

More details:
Connect your HDMI-equipped TV, monitor or computer to a Mini DisplayPort link for Apple devices with this affordable and high-quality AmazonBasics adapter.

The AmazonBasics adapter can support displays up to 1920 x 1200 resolution and is ideal for your office, home entertainment display, conference rooms, trade shows, and more.

Dimensions
9.2 x 1.5 x 0.6 inches

Easy Connections
The AmazonBasics Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter allows you to connect your TV, computer, tablet, monitor, and other HDMI A devices to a Mini DisplayPort compatible device such as MacBooks, iMacs, and Macbook Pros.

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- AmazonBasics Mini DisplayPort (Thunderbolt) to HDMI Adapter

This product is backed by an AmazonBasics 1-year limited warranty.
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Wow, 89 cents cheaper than the regular price, what a deal. Got upvoted pretty darn quick too, who's doin?
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Quote from itsarectangle View Post :
Wow, 89 cents cheaper than the regular price, what a deal. Got upvoted pretty darn quick too, who's doin?
yeah I think I paid a dollar more for this last year
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Many others available on fleabay for under $2, shipping from China. I bought few and all work well. I use for connecting my LT to projectors at work.
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Last edited by iWatch July 29, 2016 at 09:16 PM.
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resolution is at best full HD? how do i get my macbook pro 13 retina to display 4k on the LG 27" 4k monitor? will a displayport cable work? will the macbook even support that high of a resolution? thanks!
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Quote from ChristopherJLee View Post :
resolution is at best full HD? how do i get my macbook pro 13 retina to display 4k on the LG 27" 4k monitor? will a displayport cable work? will the macbook even support that high of a resolution? thanks!
Depending on the year of your 13" MBP you may not be able to drive 4K @ 60Hz. However, you'll get the best resolution using mini DP to DP 1.2 cable. I can drive 4K @ 60Hz with my 2015 MBP (latest gen) using this cable.
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Depending on the year of your 13" MBP you may not be able to drive 4K @ 60Hz. However, you'll get the best resolution using mini DP to DP 1.2 cable. I can drive 4K @ 60Hz with my 2015 MBP (latest gen) using this cable.
Thanks it's the early 2015 one I believe. I saw the cable for 9.99 on Amazon for cable basics or one of the other sellers with a good reputation. One thing I noticed was over 6ft they said it only supported 2k screens which is a bummer because I wanted 10 or 15 ft for flexibility. Anyone know if this is true?
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