Belkin 4K Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Cable (2 m/6.5 ft.)
Belkin's 4K Mini DisplayPort-to-HDMI cable lets you connect your MacBook to your HDTV and transmit both video and audio.
Easy plug and play
Single cable allows for easy coiling and on–the-go storage
Supports full 4K resolution and audio
What’s in the Box
Belkin 4K Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Cable
Cable length: 2 m/6.5 ft.
Connections: HDMI, Mini DisplayPort
Weight: 99 g
Mfr. Part Number: F2CD077yw2M-APL
UPC or EAN No.: 745883701995
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Answers from the community
is Mini Display Port the same as Thunderbolt Port
- Asked by Allan M from N Providence
- on 18/03/2017
Can I use this cable to connect the HDMI output of another device (PC, Raspberry Pi, etc) to my Mid 2010 27" iMac using it as the target display?
- Asked by Nathan T from Bloomington
- on 28/01/2018
Can i connect xbox 360 to macbook pro with this cable to watch 4K display on retina screen?
- Asked by Amit C from Pune
- on 12/01/2016
does this support 4k resolution 60 fps on the new macbook pro 13 retina
- Asked by jozf F from perth
- on 01/06/2015
Finally, with lot of R&D, I have the solution to this million dollar question and trouble.. Here you Finally, with lot of R&D, I have the solution to this million dollar question and trouble.. Here you go guys- Apple is crazy, not letting me paste the link here!! Goto amazon search club3d active mdp 1.2 to hdmi 2.0 adapter (specifically CAC 1170. And yayy, you have the 4K 60hz.
- Answered by Som S from Dallas
- on 23/02/2016
Can you use this cable to connect from a pc laptop (HDMI side) to a 2015 27" retina display iMac (thunderbolt side)?
- Asked by Sarah L from Englewood
- on 08/06/2015
The Retina 5k iMac DOES NOT support "target display mode". There is absolutely no way for any deskto The Retina 5k iMac DOES NOT support "target display mode". There is absolutely no way for any desktop or laptop to connect to the Retina 5k iMac to use it as a secondary display.
- Answered by Robert I from Sneads Ferry
- on 08/08/2015