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Tripp Lite DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Active DP 1.2a to HDMI 2.0 M/M 10ft

Mfg.Part: P582-010-4K6AE | CDW Part: 5998314 | UNSPSC: 26121604
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Tripp Lite DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Active DP 1.2a to HDMI 2.0 M/M 10ft
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Main Features
  • Connects an HDMI monitor/projector or HDTV to the DisplayPort 1.2 output on your Chromebook/ MacBook/ notebook or tablet
  • Delivers Ultra HD picture quality at resolutions up to 3840 x 2160 4K x 2K @ 60 Hz
  • Supports High Dynamic Range (HDR) for richer contrast and expanded color accuracy
  • Active adapter converts Single and Dual-Mode DP++ output for viewing on display
  • High-grip HDMI plugs maintain constant A/V signal without accidental disconnections
  • 3 Year Tripp Lite Warranty
This active converter helps you transmit digital audio and 4K video from the DisplayPort 1.2 output on your desktop computer, Chromebook, MacBook, Microsoft Surface or other compatible device to a 4K HDMI-enabled television, monitor or projector. It's ideal for working in high-definition photography, videography or cinematography, as well as streaming video for digital signage in crystal-clear 4K. You can continue using your existing HDMI display without the expense of a new DisplayPort monitor.

Having a cable come loose accidentally can cause A/V signal loss right as the running back scrambles for the end zone or your avatar is surrounded by zombies. The specially designed HDMI connector firmly grips the HDMI port on your equipment to help prevent accidental disconnection and signal disruption. With greater port retention than typical HDMI connectors, this gripping connector resists vibrations that can loosen over time. This is especially helpful for ensuring components stay attached in difficult-to-access i

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