The Sabrent Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter allows you to connect your TV, computer, tablet, monitor, and other HDMI A devices to a Mini DisplayPort compatible device.
Compatibility (Incomplete List)
– Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro
– Microsoft Surface Book/Pro/Pro 2/Pro 3/Pro 4 with Windows 8 Pro or Windows 10 (NOT Surface/Surface 2 with Windows RT)
– Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, X230/240s, L430/440, L530/540, T430/440, T440s, T440p, T530/540p, W530/540, Helix
– Dell XPS 13/14/15/17 (NOT compatible with Thunderbolt 3 on the new models), Latitude E7240/E7440, Precision M3800
– Alienware 14/17/18
– Acer Aspire R7-571/R7-571G/R7-572/R7-572G/S7-392/V5-122P/V5-552G/V5-552P/V5-552PG/V5-572P/V7-481P/V7-482PG/V7-581/V7-582P
– Google Chromebook Pixel
– Supports video modes up to 4K and up to 8-channel LPCM/HBR audio. Maximum available resolution is determined by your computer and display. Adapter will not allow resolutions above what your PC or HDMI display are capable of.
– Supports HDCP/DPCP content protection. Note that all other devices in the playback chain must be HDCP compliant for playback of protected content such as Blu-ray.
1. Mini DisplayPort is NOT compatible with Macs (before 2008) that have Mini-DVI. Please check your port before purchase.
2. Macs made before 2010 are NOT able to output audio over Mini DisplayPort. More info and then check the Model Identifier field in Hardware Overview.
3. Please be aware that with an OS X Mavericks update (10.9 and later) Apple disabled 4K output on the vast majority of prevous Mac models. For a list of 4K-compatible Mac systems, please google HT202856
4. This cable can only pass signal from DisplayPort to HDMI port. It is not a bi-directional cable.
5. Audio will not be passed through the adapter to the HDMI display on Macs. Samsung U28D590D not compatible with Mac systems.