Most commonly used for new Mac books to connect from the Mini displayport to a standard HDMI connection on TV. Supporting up to 1080p with no power required its an easy to use low power option to display catch up TV films or general applications straight to your big screen with sound.
Mini DisplayPort is simply a smaller version of the DisplayPort mini DisplayPort is mainly used on MAC computers but other manufacturers may adopt this type of connector.
The mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter will allow you to connect a high definition monitor projector or LCD TV to a MacBook MacBook Pro or a MacBook Air with a mini DisplayPort connection.
Passive adapter Supports mini DisplayPort 1.1a and HDMI 1.3b output Supports HDMI resolution of 1080p Supports HDMI 225Mhz/2.25Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps total) Supports HDMI 12-bit per channel (36-bit total) deep colour Supports uncompressed audio such LPCM Supports compressed audio such as DTS Digital Dolby Digital including DTS-HD and dolby true HD Powered by DisplayPort 3Mtr length