Generic MIN_DVI-VGA Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter

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Generic MIN_DVI-VGA Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter

Generic MIN_DVI-VGA Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter

  • Features a Mini-DVI connector and a female VGA connector
  • Compatible with the iMac (Intel), MacBook, and PowerBook G4 (12″), & Mac Mini
  • Use with a VGA cable to connect to an external monitor with a VGA input jack
  • Cable Length: 13cm / 5″

This adapter will allow you to use VGA or SVGA cables with the Mini-DVI port found on some laptop computers. For connecting analog VGA displays.

List Price: $ 24.95

Price: $ 24.95

Originally posted 2015-12-23 01:55:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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  1. 21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Info on Mac display connectors, February 19, 2013
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    Marcin Jeske “prime number” (Portland, OR United States) –
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    This review is from: Generic MIN_DVI-VGA Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter (Personal Computers)
    Since the description is vague and several purchasers seemed to have been confused, I wanted to help clear up which Macs this is for.

    Mini-DVI was the standard display connector on the plastic case 13-inch MacBooks made from 2006 to 2009, including one aluminum case that was branded a MacBook Pro, and the iMac (2007-2008) and Mac mini (2009).

    If you look at the mini-DVI connector on your Mac, there is a depression inside that forms a tall ‘U’ lined with metal contacts.

    Mini-Displayport is the current standard, used on the MacBook Pro since 2008 and the MacBook from 2009, and the iMac and Mac mini from 2009. It is compatible with the Thunderbolt connector which is being introduced across most Apple products.

    If you look at the mini-DisplayPort connector on your Mac, you will see a rectangular depression with a small plastic notch in the lower center, making it look a bit like a flattened ‘n’.

    Basically, if you purchased new between 2006 and 2009, get a mini-DVI, after 2009, get a mini-DisplayPort adapter, and earlier, you may need to look for a mini-VGA adapter. In case you are not sure, look up your Model Identifier (Apple menu -> About this Mac -> More Info, it will look like this MacBookPro5,5 – the model followed by a two-part number) and google it. One of the first results should be a specification page which will say which display connector your Mac uses.

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  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Recommended, January 16, 2012
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    This review is from: Generic MIN_DVI-VGA Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter (Personal Computers)
    Good quality product for a low price. One thing of note, the monitor you have hooked it up to may show up with a blue tint to it. This can be easily fixed by wiggling the cord a bit into a different position. I would definatelty recommended it!

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    After 1 month got pink TV screen, May 31, 2012
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    This review is from: Generic MIN_DVI-VGA Mini-DVI to VGA Adapter (Personal Computers)
    This is a very bad imitation of the original Apple product, even though both of them were produced in China. After buying the mini-DVI to HDMI I understood that Apple macbook’s could’t handle both video and sound at the same port. So I decided to buy this one from the price. It broke up after couple of months the mini-DVI port, started rotating over it’self and the TV screen started getting different colors like all pink, red, blue etc… Only in certain positions it was able to reproduce the image in my mackbook screen. Solution: bought a refurbished Apple Original piece and trashed this one. In general, never buy apple stuff from other non certified vendors. It’s just throwing money away.

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