StarTech.com 50cm HDMI to DVI-D Cable M/M
0.5M StarTech.com HDMI (Male) to DVI-D (Male) Cable, Black, Braided, 1080p, Aluminium Foil
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0.5m HDMI to DVI-D Cable - M/M
The HDDVIMM50CM 0.5m HDMI® to DVI-D cable allows you to connect an HDMI-enabled device to a DVI-D display, or a DVI-D device to an HDMI-capable display at shorter distances and with reduced clutter. Ideal for close-range device connections, this short HDMI to DVI cable provides a portable solution that makes it perfect for carrying as an accessory for your laptop.
• Connect your HDMI laptop to a DVI display or projector.
• Connect your DVI laptop to a HDMI display or projector.
• Lightweight, portable cable, suitable for carrying as a laptop accessory. Ideal for close-range device connections.
• Aluminium-Mylar Foil with Braided Shielding.
• Moulded connectors with strain relief.
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- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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