DisplayPort is a new generation display interface technology. With this connector, notebooks and consumer electronic devices can be connected with big display screens. The growing popularity of the DisplayPort technology is expected to replace the VGA and DVI interface market, and to be widely used as a mainstream technology of the computer industry. Mini DisplayPort is used in the latest Apple notebooks and monitors.
Support dual mode Mini DisplayPort v1.2 input
The HDMI and DisplayPort ports support audio output
(Note: Mini DP on some iMac and MacBook series cannot support audio output)
Mini DP Port supports DP v1.2 (1.62 Gbps, 2.7 Gbps, 5.4 Gbps link rates)
DisplayPort Output supports resolutions up to 4k x 2k @ 60Hz
HDMI Output supports resolutions up to 4k x 2k @ 30Hz
DVI-D Output supports resolutions up to 1080p @ 60Hz
Automatic Power Management: Enters power saving mode automatically when output display is not connected
Powered from Mini DisplayPort source
If two or more output ports are connected, only one output port can receive input signal
The output priorities are:
The HDMINIDP-HDD04 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. It is easy and convenient to use, with three output ports: HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort. You can use one of them at a time as needed.
1. DVI-D Port
2. HDMI Port
3. DisplayPort Port