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PC and Mac Display Adapters

Mini DisplayPort to VGA

Mini DisplayPort to VGA

Mini DisplayPort To VGA is commonly used to connect Mac & PC laptops with Mini DisplayPort connectivity to monitors, projectors, and TVs requiring a VGA connection. The adapter will support display resolutions up to 1920x1200. This source requires an 8th inch audio cable (headphone jack) in order to play audio.

Mini DisplayPort to HDMI

Mini DisplayPort to HDMI

 

Mini DisplayPort To HDMI is commonly used to connect Mac & PC laptops with Mini DisplayPort connectivity to monitors, projectors, and TVs requiring an HDMI connection. The adapter will support display resolutions up to 1080p, allowing you to take full advantage of HDMI video capability. It also allows for audio pass-through if supported by the video source.

DisplayPort to VGA

DisplayPort to VGA

 

DisplayPort to VGA is commonly used to connect PC laptops with DisplayPort connectivity to monitors, projectors, and TVs requiring a VGA connection. The adapter will support display resolutions up to 1920x1200. This source requires an 8th inch audio cable (headphone jack) in order to play audio.

DisplayPort to HDMI

DisplayPort to HDMI

 

DisplayPort To HDMI is commonly used to connect PC laptops with DisplayPort connectivity to monitors, projectors, and TVs requiring an HDMI connection. The adapter will support display resolutions of up to 1920x1200, allowing you to take full advantage of HDMI video capability. It also allows for audio pass-through if supported by the video source. 

Lightning to VGA

Lightning to VGA

Lightning to VGA is used to connect iOS devices with Lightning ports to monitors, projectors, and TVs requiring a VGA connection. This source requires an 8th inch audio cable (headphone jack) in order to play audio.

Lightning to HDMI

Lightning to HDMI

 

Lightning to HDMI is used to connect iOS devices with Lightning ports to monitors, projectors, and TVs requiring an HDMI connection. This adapter will also allow audio pass-through if supported by the video source.

30-Pin to VGA

30-Pin to VGA

 

30-Pin to VGA is used to connect older iOS devices with 30-Pin ports to monitors, projectors, and TVs requiring a VGA connection. This source requires an 8th inch audio cable (headphone jack) in order to play audio.

30-Pin to HDMI

30-Pin to HDMI

 

30-Pin to HDMI is used to connect older iOS devices with 30-Pin ports to monitors, projectors, and TVs requiring an HDMI connection. This adapter will also allow audio pass-through if supported by the video source.

30-Pin to Lightning

30-Pin to Lightning

 

30-Pin to Lightning adapters are used to convert 30-pin cables into lightning cables. These are commonly used to allow newer iOS devices to gain compatibility with old iOS accessories.

HDMI to VGA

HDMI to VGA

 

HDMI to VGA is commonly used to connect a computer with an HDMI port to a monitor, projector, or TV with a VGA port. A VGA cable is required to connect from the adapter to a monitor, projector, or TV. This source requires an 8th inch audio cable (headphone jack) in order to play audio.

DVI to VGA

DVI to VGA

 

DVI to VGA is commonly used to connect a computer with a DVI port to a monitor, projector, or TV with a VGA port. A VGA cable is required to connect from the adapter to a monitor, projector, or TV. This source requires an 8th inch audio cable (headphone jack) in order to play audio.

 

USB-C to USB-A

USB-C to USB-A is commonly used to connect a USB-A cable to newer PC laptops. The USB-C connection is smaller than the USB-A connection. A USB-A connection is largely used for connecting to any older computers, flash drives, cameras, and webcams.

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