ROLINE Mini DisplayPort Cable, Mini DP-HDTV, M/M, black, 2 m

ROLINE Mini DisplayPort Cable, Mini DP-HDTV, M/M, black, 2 m

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Item no. 11.04.5791-10
Brand / Manufacturer ROLINE
Manuf. no. 11.04.5791
EAN 7611990934003
Package weight 0.096 kg
Colour
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Description

Mini DisplayPort to HDTV cable for transferring content from your graphics card (DisplayPort) to your TV (HDTV) - with a quality of up to 1920x1080 @60Hz, incl. audio transmission!

  • HDTV is the standard for digital video transmission in the TV/multimedia sector for e. g.: Connection of a TV set with HDMI interface to a player with Mini DisplayPort connection.
  • Cable with one Mini DisplayPort and one HDTV plug. DisplayPort is signal compatible with HDMI.
  • Note: A DisplayPort HDTV cable can only be used in one direction: the Mini DisplayPort connector can only be used on the data source side (e. g. graphics card, Macbook, Ultrabook, laptop/notebook or PC).

Specifications

Manufacturer ROLINE
Product group Cable
Product type DisplayPort Cables
Colour black
Length 2 m
Transfer quality DisplayPort v1.1
Max. resolution 1920 x 1080 / 1920 x 1200 @60Hz (2K, Full HD)
side 1 connector HDTV M
side 2 connector DisplayPort Mini M
Side 1 Connector Type Mini DisplayPort
Side 1 Connector Gender Male
Side 2 Connector Type HDTV
Side 2 Connector Gender Male
Area of application External
Cable shielding Screened
Weight 83.3 g
Height of packaging (single piece) 30 mm
Width of packaging (single piece) 190 mm
Depth of packaging (single piece) 180 mm
Package weight (single piece) 0.096 kg

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