Thunderbolt 3 to Dual Displayport 1.2 Adapter
CSV-1577 - The Thunderbolt™ 3 to Dual Displayport™ 1.2 Adapter lets users easily connect two Displayport™ 1.2 Screens to any device with a Thunderbolt™ 3 interface. This unique adapter is compatible with both Mac™ OS Sierra and Windows™ 10. The output resolution supported is up to 5K @ 60Hz for Single Screen setup and 2 x 4K @ 60Hz for Dual Screen Setups. It is fully Plug & Play, so no need for driver installation. This stylish adapter has a beautiful Brushed Aluminum Casing making it strong and light.
It is also very slim, 16 mm, making it easy to carry with you.
Multiply your screen area with your tablet, desktop PC or Ultrabook. With multiple monitors your computer will become more useful and you will become more efficient and accomplish more. With 2 displays delivering 4K performance, you can have four times the screen space compared to 1080p.
Tip: USB Type C with Thunderbolt™ 3 have a lightning symbol. Not all USB Type C have two way data transfer and video signal functions. When converting the DisplayPort™ output to another signal, please use active adapters – please contact us if you require more information. Its important that you update your devices with the latest software to ensure the best experience with this Thunderbolt™ 3 device. Features • Compatible with Thunderbolt™ 3 over USB Type C source.
• Compliant to Displayport™ 1.2 specification.
• Supported output resolution for Dual Screen setup: up to 4096x2160p @ 60Hz.
• Supported output resolution for Single Screen setup: up to 5120x2880p @ 60Hz.
• Powered thru Thunderbolt™ 3, 15Watt, no external power needed.
Mac OS™ Sierra and Windows™ 10
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