Cable Matters Gold-Plated Mini DisplayPort Cable in White 3 Feet

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Cable Matters Gold-Plated Mini DisplayPort Cable in White 3 Feet

Cable Matters Gold-Plated Mini DisplayPort Cable in White 3 Feet

  • Connect a Mini DisplayPort compatible computer to a Mini DisplayPort display (Male-Male)
  • Cost-effective solution for Extended Desktop or Mirrored Displays
  • Supports resolutions up to 2048×1152 (including 1920×1200 and 1080p) for HDTVs, HD monitors, or projectors. Great choice for extended desktop screens or synchronization.
  • Gold-Plated Connectors resist corrosion and improve signal performance / Fully shielded against EMI/RFI
  • Includes Cable Matters Lifetime Warranty and Product Support

Overview
* Mini DisplayPort is NOT compatible with Macs (before 2008) that have Mini-DVI.
* Macs made before 2010 are NOT able to output audio over Mini DisplayPort.

Instructions
Please drag the window on the desktop all the way over to the display edge and the window will be displayed on the external display. You may set external display to a mirror display.
1 With your external display connected to Mac, open System Preference
2 Select Display
3 Select Arrangement  tag
4 Check Mirror Display

Transmitting audio
1 Open System Preference
2 Select Sound
3 Select Output tag
4 Choose external source instead of built-in speaker

Specifications
* Supports Display 1.1a
* Supports full 1080p HD digital video and audio
* Supports 36-bits of color depth with a 120 Hz video refresh rate
* 8.64 Gbps bandwidth
* HDCP compliant
* Thunderbolt compatible for video output
* Connector: Gold plated male Min

List Price: $ 15.99

Price: $ 6.49

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Originally posted 2015-12-23 03:06:40. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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3 thoughts on “Cable Matters Gold-Plated Mini DisplayPort Cable in White 3 Feet

  1. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Gold Plated Mini DisplayPort Cable – 6′, July 24, 2013
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    Jason E. Rice (Not quite where I’d like to be!) –
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    I have a late 2009 iMac 27″, and a 2012 Macbook Pro (MBP). I wanted to connect the MBP to the iMac and use the iMac as a target display in conjunction with my MBP (dual screen action). This cable is perfect for just that! I’ve connected, and now enjoy dual screens, extending my workspace in the process. Be careful to check your systems’ inputs (on both devices) to ensure that you get the right cable … I confirmed this particular cable at one of a couple sites online that I easily found, and a few days later … magic!

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  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Target Display Mode, May 30, 2013
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    I Feel Fine (San Diego CA) –

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    Executive summary: this cable finally got target display mode working for me.

    Geeky Details: Apple allows iMacs to be used as external monitors using something it calls Target Display Mode. I tried driving video on a 2009 iMac using a 2011 and 2013 MacBook Pro. I could not get an official Apple thunderbolt cable to work, despite a lot of claims that the TB cable is backwards compatible with DisplayPort cables.

    So I bought this. It worked without issue.

    Unrelated gotchas: Apple keeps jacking up the function keys. COMMAND-F2 works for my 2011 and 2013 model MBPs. But you may need to hold down the FN key as well.

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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy to Install, far less expensive if you don’t need Thunderbolt, June 13, 2013
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    Bought this to connect a 2009 Mac Pro to a late model 2009 iMac. The iMac goes into and out of target display mode automatically as soon as the cable is connected. Works perfectly. It’s far easier and cheaper than using a $25 DVI cable and $25 adapter if your graphics card gives you both options. Mines has 2 mini DisplayPorts and 1 DVI, and getting two of these cables is still less than half the price of the DVI/adapter combo.

    These cables do not work with the newer Thunderbolt enabled machines.

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