Mini DisplayPort Male to DisplayPort Male
Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable - 3 Foot Male to Male
Get the most out of your electronic equipment by using Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable. DisplayPort is a next-generation technology that delivers high bandwidth, digital video signals from your PC to your display. These cables are made from quality materials and are designed to deliver sharp, crystal-clear picture. These cables are Certified DisplayPort cables, adhere to DisplayPort 1.1 standards.
- Connector A: Mini DisplayPort Male
- Connector B: DisplayPort Male
- Pure digital connection
- Nickel-plated connectors
- Fully Shielded
- 30 AWG conductors
- Supports 8.64Gbps
- Certified DisplayPort 1.1
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Q: What is the maximum data bandwidth of a DisplayPort cable?
A: Up to a total 17.28 Gbit per second.
Q: Does DisplayPort support audio?
A: Yes from 1 to 8 audio channels.
Q: What is maximum length of a DisplayPort cable?
A: The maximum length of a DisplayPort cable is 3 meters (9 feet) with a passive cable and 33 meters (108 Feet) with active cable.
Q: Is DisplayPort compatible with VGA HDMI or Single-Link DVI?
A: Yes You only need to use a small passive adapter. Find them here.