Questions & Answers for Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter
165 Questions from the Community
Yes, thunderbolt is backward compatible with mini display devices.
- Answered by Chiropriyo M
- 4 May 2011
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I have a projector that I use for all my presentations. I worked with my PC's but now I own a mac what will work to connect my mac to my projectorAnswer
Yes, this adapter will work, however, I would recommend you look at your projector and see if it has a DVI port. This is the one slightly larger than the VGA. DVI will deliver better performance and will give you a digital signal so text and pictures are more vibrant. You might as well go with DVI since it is the same price as the VGA adapter. If your projector doesn't have DVI, VGA will work just fine.
- Answered by Dylan M from Edmonds
- 22 Mar 2014
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What is the length of the cable?
I want to connect a Macbook Pro (2011) to a TV, but don't have much room on shelf. What's the length of the cable?
- Asked by Anonymous A from Xxxxxxxx
- 25 Oct 2011
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This is more of an adapter really, so it's maybe 4 inches long at best. But it will require you to have a VGA cable to plug into this adapter and then into your TV- so you really just need to worry about the length of whatever VGA cable you get.
- Answered by Brett M from Austin
- 3 Nov 2011
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Any way to connect an iMac mid-2007 to the new 2015 retina iMac, & which cable (& product #) do I purchase?
- Asked by Kathleen P from Lawrenceville
- 27 Oct 2015
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- Asked about: Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter