• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    These reviews are out of date

    Virtually all monitors now are using digital DVI not the now defunct analogue which has been left to VGA connections. So there is no compatibility issues.
    There are independent makes that fit a bit tighter at the mini port side, but these adapters will fit the DVI cable that comes with your monitor.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works well with DVI-I

    Works with DVI-Ileads on a 22" HP screen. Would be nice to securly fix it to the computer though.

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  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Great

    It does what it sets out to do and does it well. I have used it to connect my macbook pro to an HD 50inch tv as well as plasma screen using an hdmi/dvi adaptor. I have also used it to add an extra monitor to my macbook. Works great. No problems.

    The only thing is that it could be a bit longer as the chunky DVI bit gets n the way.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Perfectly

    After all the hub-bub about where it works or not or whether it is DVI-I or DVI-D, all I can say is look at the picture. In fairness to Apple, you can zoom right into the connector to see if it will connect to your monitor. I agree is might be clearer if it stated that it was DVI-D but this is easy enough to check. I think most of the confusion has come from the fact that there are two types of DVI cable. This is not actually Apple's fault. For the record DVI-I carries Digital AND Analogue (over the extra 4 pins) and DVI-D is just Digital.
    All I can say about it on the down side is I think it should be priced at £15 along with all the other Mini adaptors. Have connected up to various 24" panels in the office and it works great off my new MiniMac.

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