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"DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter - DP 1.1 / HDMI 1.3 (Full HD 1080p) - White" Product Name in English: DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter DP 1.1 HDMI 1.3 Full HD 1080p White

"DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter - DP 1.1 / HDMI 1.3 (Full HD 1080p) - White" Product Name in English: DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter DP 1.1 HDMI 1.3 Full HD 1080p White

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DisplayPort to HDMI adapter - DP 1.1 / HDMI 1.3 (Full HD 1080p)
Use this DisplayPort version 1.1 adapter to connect a computer with a DisplayPort output to an HDMI cable from your monitor, TV, or projector. Suitable for resolutions up to 1920 x 1080.
Only suitable for digital video signals. Conversion to VGA, for example via an adapter or cable, is not possible. If you still want to connect a VGA monitor to the (Mini) DisplayPort output of your PC or laptop, you can use a (Mini) DisplayPort to VGA adapter or cable for this.
Passive conversion: suitable for DisplayPort Dual Mode (DP++)
By default, the DisplayPort signal is not compatible with TMDS, the transmission protocol for HDMI or DVI. However, it is possible to send an HDMI or DVI signal over the DisplayPort cable thanks to the standard DisplayPort Dual Mode. You can recognize a DisplayPort Dual Mode port by the DisplayPort logo with two plus signs (DP++). Almost all devices with DisplayPort outputs since 2009 support DisplayPort Dual Mode. This means that DisplayPort ports without plus signs (DP++) are likely to support Dual Mode as well. If your DisplayPort port does not support Dual Mode, you will need an active DisplayPort adapter.
What is DisplayPort?
DisplayPort is an audio and video standard developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). This standard has been around since 2005 and is mainly used for the transfer of images, for example between a computer and a display. Various manufacturers, including ATI, Dell, HP, Samsung, Philips, and Intel, are behind the DisplayPort standard. HDMI is a major competitor of DisplayPort, but the latter is cheaper to implement since no royalties or licenses need to be paid. In addition, a DisplayPort cable is often used to replace a VGA or DVI cable. A smaller variant of the DisplayPort cable is the Mini DisplayPort cable.
Mini DisplayPort
Various new notebooks are equipped with a Mini DisplayPort connection. A cable or adapter can be connected to this port, which can be converted to (mini) DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI, and VGA.
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