DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter

CCL Code: CAB1081
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Manufacturer Code: HDHDPORT-005
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Manufacturer: Generic
DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter

Key Features:

Male DisplayPort to Female HDMI

Delivery Options (from £0.95)

Thursday 24th October via Priority DPD

Monday 28th October via Royal Mail 1st Class

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DisplayPort is a 20 pin connector similar to HDMI but designed to replace DVI/VGA. The standard was put forward by VESA to define a royalty free audio/video connection. Our DisplayPort to HDMI adaptors are the perfect solution for adapting your DisplayPort computer or graphics card to use a HDMI monitor/device/TV.

Main Features

  • Display port male (20 pin) to HDMI female
  • Passive adaptor
  • Support conversion from display port signal to HDMI
  • Supports display port connector 20 pin
  • Support 8-bit &10-bit deep colour
  • Supports the video bandwidth up to 10.8Gpbs
  • Support the 1Mbps' bidirectional auxiliary channel

Physical

Form Factor Adaptor
Cable Colour Black
Pack Quantity 1

Warranty

Warranty 1 year.

Key Features

Cable Length 0.1 m
PC Connection Type DisplayPort to HDMI

Item Details

Manufacturer Generic
Manufacturer Code HDHDPORT-005
EAN 5051868969324
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 year.

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Generic
Manufacturer Code HDHDPORT-005

Do you have you a question about the DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter?

Q: Will this adapter allow me to connect my laptop (with no HDMI port) to HD TV with good quality picture and sound transfer? Are they reliable or would it make more sense to use a analgue to digital converter?
Answer by CCL on 31st July 2012
If your laptop has a DisplayPort you would be able to connect it by this, as the video signal is the same. -Danlevan
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Q: Will this work with Eyefinity? Thanks
Answer by CCL on 1st May 2012
Yes, as long as one of the other monitors used in the Eyefinity setup uses an Active DisplayPort adapter, you should be fine. One of your monitors needs to be connected to a DisplayPort on your graphics card, and using an Active cable if the monitor does not have DisplayPort for Eyefinity to work. -Danlevan
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