Adapts from a Male Mini DisplayPort or Apple Thunderbolt socket, to a Female DVI-I Single Link. Compatible with all DP++ Mini-DisplayPort sockets and Thunderbolt sockets for high quality Video signals. Great for connecting your MacBook Pro, Microsoft Surface Pro Tablet or PC to a DVI equipped monitor or TV.
Good things. Small packages. We all know the phrase, but it's not a universal truth. Think of televisions. Beds. Offices. Car Parks. Menus. Cakes... The bigger the better! Well, this Mini-DisplayPort Male to DVI Female adapter isn't going to help my case much since it's another one of those good things in small packages. It has big feautres of couse; things like signals at 1080p and full DPCP (DisplayPort Content Protection) compliance. But it's tiny! It'll relieve stress on your plugs thanks to a 20cm cable between the plugs, and all you need to add is a male-to-male DVI cable and you'll be set!
Break your Macbook out onto the big screen with ease; run a presentation at the office or extend your desktop for multitasking goodness. It's all possible now! You just need to make sure your DisplayPort source outputs a DVI-D compatible signal, since this is an unpowered passive adapter, and not all DisplayPort sources are made equal. Look for the D++ symbol or check your manual for the full specs.
Mini-DisplayPort Compatibility Note
Mini-DisplayPort (DP) adapters are not bi-directional, and require a Mini-DP output which is DP++ (Dual Mode) compatible. When a Mini-DisplayPort to DVI adapter is connected to a DP++ (Dual-Mode) output, the output device senses the presence of the adaptor and sends DVI signals over the DisplayPort connector rather than DisplayPort signals. No signal conversion is performed by the adapter. DVI signals are merely passed through.