15cm USB Type-C to DisplayPort Adapter Cable with 60w USB-C Charging
It also features a USB-C female port so you can charge for the host computer and supply power for the adapter simultaneously. It can work on Macbook’s or Google’s new Chromebook Pixel as well as other USB-C supported devices. Features • Supports USB-C input and DisplayPort output.
• Supports USB-C charging.
• Supports DisplayPort 1.2 Alt-mode.
• Supports content protection of HDCP.
• Supports DisplayPort resolutions up to 4kx 2k @60Hz / 3840x 2160 @60Hz.
• USB-C female port supplies power up to 60w (20v/3a).
• Supports per lane data rates of 5.4Gbps (HBR2), 2.7Gbps (HBR) and 1.62Gbps (RBR).
|Connector From||DisplayPort (Female)|
|Connector To||USB (C) Male|
|Cable Features||PVC Jacket|
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