Support Mini Display Port 1.1a Dual-mode input
The HDMI can support audio output for iMac (Late 2009) and Mac Book Pro (Mid 2010), For Microsoft Surface Pro 4 3 2
work with early 2014 Macbook air (OS 10.10)
Support HDMI/DVI/VGA output with the max resolution of 1920x1080p@60Hz, 225MHz/2.25Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps all channel), 12bit per channel (36bit all channel) deep colour.
Automatically detect the display by plugging and unplugging it.
Powered from Mini Display Port source.
Input Signal: Mini Display Port 1.1a
Output Video: HDMI/DVI/VGA
Input: Mini Display Port Male 20pin
Output: HDMI Female Type A 19pin
Connector: DVI Female (24+1) VGA Female 15Pin
Vertical Frequency Range:50/60Hz
Video Amplifier Bandwidth:2.25Gbps/225MHz
External Power Supply: No external power needed
Power consumption (Max):700mW
The Length of the cable:28cm
Please make sure that your Mac has mini DP port or Thunderbolt port.
Only one of the 3 outputs can be used at a time, you cannot use all of them simultaneously.
How to use
You can go to “System Preferences” > “Display“. You’ll be able to see 2 display preferences dialogue, one for your prime MacBook display and one for the external monitor. You can use the settings in dialogues to adjust the screen resolution, colour intensity, and if you have a monitor that can be swivelled (rotated), you can tell Mac OSX to rotate the display to a certain angle for that particular display
1 x Mini DP to DVI VGA HDMI Adapter.