USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter

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  • Overview

    Special pricing on this item for a limited time. Discount reflected in price.*

    The USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter lets you connect your MacBook with USB-C port or MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports to an HDMI display, while also connecting a standard USB device and a USB-C charging cable.

    This adapter allows you to mirror your MacBook or MacBook Pro display to your HDMI-enabled TV or display in up to 1080p at 60Hz or UHD (3840x2160) at 30Hz. It also outputs video content like films and captured video. Simply connect the adapter to the USB-C port on your MacBook or any of the Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports on your MacBook Pro and then to your TV or projector via an HDMI cable (sold separately).

    Use the standard USB port to connect devices such as your flash drive or camera, or a USB cable for syncing and charging your iPhone, iPad or iPod. You can also connect a charging cable to the USB-C port to charge your MacBook or MacBook Pro.

    Note: The Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter is not compatible with the G-Tech G-DRIVE mobile USB 3.0 Hard Drive (Apple part number HF4F2VC/A).

    What’s in the Box

    Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter

    System Requirements

    Requires an HDMI cable (sold separately) for connection to your TV or projector. Supports both video and audio output.

  • 2.0 Average
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    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      bulky and expensive

      Although it works fine it is bulky and the design ill considered, and rather more expensive than an Apple TV this rather essential item allows you to connect a Although it works fine it is bulky and the design ill considered, and rather more expensive than an Apple TV this rather essential item allows you to connect a USB 3 to your MacBook, but it's terribly bulky especially when you only want to connect a USB device for a few minutes to swap files. This slightly defeats the wonder of having such a slim package as the wonderful MacBook. Hopefully they will get around to doing a USB 3 stick to USB C sometime soon... meanwhile us early adopters feel foolish

      • Written by Sebastian C from London

      224 of 263 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?bulky and expensive

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Expensive Piece of Junk

      If you'd like to spend 80 bucks on an accessory that will cause your external monitor to blink on and off all day long... look no further!!! This is the access If you'd like to spend 80 bucks on an accessory that will cause your external monitor to blink on and off all day long... look no further!!! This is the accessory you've been dreaming of. I've tried different monitors. I've tried different HDMI cables. Nothing seems to help. This thing is incredibly frustrating to use. If you do decide to call support, expect to be on the phone for an hour only to be told "try plugging it into another port" on your single port usb-c macbook...

      • Written by Nicholas F from Seattle

      170 of 174 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Expensive Piece of Junk

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      WARNING - Bad Hardware

      This adaptor has severe compatibility issues with external hard drives that can result in LOSS OF DATA. Apple even lists a few drives (including their own Super This adaptor has severe compatibility issues with external hard drives that can result in LOSS OF DATA. Apple even lists a few drives (including their own SuperDrive, pre 2011) than don't work with this adaptor, but there are more that don't work - both for storage OR Time Machine (!). This is really bizarre since the other USB-C to USB-A adaptor WILL work, but since this adaptor doesn't supply power to your MacBook, it's not a long term solution. In the instances where the Multiport adaptor DOES work with an external hard drive, it can experience drastically reduced speeds and randomly unmount the drive. The straight USB adaptor, with the same drive, does not show these issues. I can't believe Apple put this on the market without 1) more rigorous testing and 2) with this serious an issue. Having an external hard drive work with your laptop is a pretty important requirement. Terrible, terrible piece of equipment. I was an Apple employee and have worked with Macs for decades. This issue was diagnosed with a genius at an Apple Store after we went through several Multiport and regular USB adaptors, and then followed up with additional testing at home. Apple should be ashamed.

      • Written by Michael U from Solana Beach

      134 of 139 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?WARNING - Bad Hardware

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Keeps getting worse

      This started off flaky and is now unusable. Last year's Macbook with latest Sierra 10.12.3 randomly (and usually when I've got something vital to complete) forg This started off flaky and is now unusable. Last year's Macbook with latest Sierra 10.12.3 randomly (and usually when I've got something vital to complete) forgets about the external monitor. Early patches seemed to make it more stable but the latest big OS updates seem to have completely broken it. It renders using an external monitor impossible as you can never tell when it's gong to stop sending signal. System preferences says the monitor is there but there is no signal and your apps are stranded until you pull the plug. Seriously Apple - you force us onto USB-C and give us this as a reward?

      • Written by Michael B from Derby

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Keeps getting worse

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Really Bad

      All the reviews are accurate. I had to switch to the new MBP touch bar and I need to use an external monitor. I hooked it up with the adapter and it made my scr All the reviews are accurate. I had to switch to the new MBP touch bar and I need to use an external monitor. I hooked it up with the adapter and it made my screen blink and eventually crash my computer. It's pretty bad to the point that I may have to resort purchasing a new monitor with the right connector.

      • Written by Roger S from North Andover

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Really Bad

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Shame on apple

      You pay a 3000 bucks for a new mac book pro. and you are not even able to connect it to your iphone 7, without using an extra cable.... Shame Shame Shame!

      • Written by Fernando M from ST CYR L ECOLE

      5 of 6 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Shame on apple

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