Moshi USB-C to DisplayPort Cable
The first 5K cable certified by VESA, Moshi’s USB-C to DisplayPort Cable easily connects your new Thunderbolt 3-enabled MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac or iMac Pro to a 5K DisplayPort monitor for crystal-clear, blur-free video as well as multi-channel digital surround sound. It uses high-speed technology to support up to 5120x2880 video output with a 60 Hz refresh rate. Both ends of the cable are encased in anodised aluminium to minimise electromagnetic interference and ensure long-term reliability. The cable also features bi-directional support to connect your DisplayPort Mac to a UHD monitor with USB-C input.
Crystal-clear 5K video at 60 Hz
USB-C male connector to DisplayPort male connector
Multi-channel digital surround sound
Anodised aluminium housings for extra durability
First 5K, VESA-certified USB-C to DP Cable
Bi-directional support for connecting DisplayPort (out) to USB-C (in)
Compatible with Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C)-enabled MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro
What’s in the Box
Moshi USB-C to DisplayPort Cable (1.5 m/4.92 ft.)
Cable length: 1.5 m/4.92 ft.
Connections: Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C), USB-C
Mfr. Part Number: 99MO084102
UPC or EAN No.: 810648015720
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Warranty: Three years with scratch-off product registration
Answers from the community
Does this cable support DisplayPort 1.4?
- Asked by Arthur D from Melbourne
- on 30-Nov-2018
I spent 1hr with apple support to be told that a 2018 (13) MBP could not be connected to a DisplayPort 1.2 4k Monitor @ 60Hz-will this enable that?
1 Answer(I spent 1hr with apple support to be told that a 2018 (13) MBP could not be connected to a DisplayPort 1.2 4k Monitor @ 60Hz-will this enable that?)
- Asked by James F from Flaunden
- on 25-Nov-2018