2M Lindy HDMI to DisplayPort 1.2 Cable 4K 30Hz

2M Lindy HDMI to DisplayPort 1.2 Cable 4K 30Hz

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Product Overview The Lindy HDMI to DisplayPort adapter cable allows you to connect newer PCs and Laptops with HDMI connections to DisplayPort equipped monitors or displays. Simply connect the cable to the HDMI Port of the source device and the DisplayPort connector to a DP equipped monitor or projector. Features • Supports video-mirroring and extended desktop modes.
• Supports resolutions up to: [email protected] 24 bit (3840x2160), 1920x1080p 120Hz 24 bit, 2560x1600p 60Hz 24 bit.
• Compliant with HDMI 1.4 & DisplayPort 1.2 specification for both 1.62 and 2.97Gbps.
• Colour: Black.

• DisplayPort 1.2 and DPCP 1.3 compliant.
• HDMI 1.4 and HDCP 1.1 compliant.
• Supports HDMI speeds up to 2.97Gbps.
• 48 bit colour depth.
• HBR2 (5.4Gbps), HBR (2.7Gbps) and RBR (1.62Gbps) link rates.
• Supports 1, 2 or 4 lanes.
• EDID pass through.
• Supports 7.1 LPCM digital audio up to 192kHz 24 bit.
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