Startech USB-C to HDMI Adapter 4K
This USB type-C video adapter is highly portable with a small footprint and lightweight design. The adapter is the perfect accessory for your MacBook or Chromebook, fitting easily into your laptop bag or carrying case, which is great for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) applications at the office.
Hassle-Free Connection with USB Type-C
This adapter lets you utilize the versatile USB Type-C port on your portable device. USB Type-C is a reversible connector, so it doesn't matter which way you plug it in, the adapter will always work, saving you the hassle and embarrassment of fiddling with your device when you're trying to deliver a presentation.
Astonishing Picture Quality
At four times the resolution of high-definition 1080p, you’ll be amazed at the picture quality of a 4K monitor or television. The adapter lets you harness the video capabilities built into your USB Type-C connection, to deliver the astonishing quality of Ultra HD to your 4K display. 4K resolution gives you additional screen space to simplify your approach to detailed work such as editing video and viewing large spreadsheets. Plus, the adapter is backward compatible with 1080p displays, which makes it a great accessory for home, office or other workspace applications.
Note: Your USB-C equipped device must support video to work with this adapter. Features • Hassle-free connection with the reversible USB-C connector.
• Maximum portability with a small footprint and lightweight design.
• Thunderbolt 3 port compatible.
• Astonishing picture quality for detailed applications with support for Ultra HD video resolutions up to 4K.
• 7.1 audio support.
• Keep the adapter with you while traveling, to connect to any HDMI monitor, television or projector you come across.
• Connect your BYOD MacBook or Chromebook to a provided HDMI display at work.
• Walk into any boardroom, ready to deliver a presentation from your USB-C laptop.
• Connect an HDMI display to your USB-C laptop to use as a secondary monitor.
• Audio: Yes
• Chipset ID: Parade - PS171, STMicroelectronics - STM32F072CBU6
• Converter Type: Adapters
• Output Signal : HDMI
• Ports: 1
• Audio Specifications: 7.1 surround sound
• Maximum Digital Resolutions: 3840 x 2160 (Ultra HD 4K) @30hz
• Supported Resolutions:
- 1280x720 (High-definition 720p)
- 1920x1080 (High-definition 1080p)
- 3840 x 2160 (Ultra HD 4K) @30hz
• Wide Screen Supported : Yes
• Connector A: 1 - USB-C (24 pin) DisplayPort Alt Mode Male Input
• Connector B: 1 - HDMI (19 pin) Female Output
• Accent Colour: Black
• Colour: Black
• Enclosure Type: Plastic
• Product Height: 9 mm [0.4 in]
• Product Length: 147 mm [5.8 in]
• Product Weight: 27 g [1 oz]
• Product Width: 23 mm [0.9 in]
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