Akasa Type-C USB 3.0 to VGA Output AK-CBCA02-15BK
• Type-C port can only upward supply power to the main Type-C device (wide range voltage 5~20V and max current 2A).
• Easily connect a Type-C port device to a VGA display.
• Supports extended desktop and video-mirroring display.
• Supports resolutions up to 1920 x 1200.
• Up to 5Gbps data transfer and backward compatible with USB 2.0. Features Full HD
Supports resolutions up to 1920 x 1200
Extended Desktop Mode
Supports extended desktop mode for a larger desktop area spanning multiple displays.
Screen Mirroring allows you to mirror your screen on mobile device or laptop to your monitor.
Type-C Plug Double-Sided
New generation reversible Type-C connector
Faster And Faster!
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connection enables data transfer at 5 gigabits per second, up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0!
|Connector From||USB (C) Male|
|Cable Features||Upto 1080p|
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