Belkin 4K Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter

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  • Overview

    Connect your MacBook to your HDTV using the Belkin Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter. Delivering both digital audio* and up to 4K video signals for easy data transfer, the adapter converts video to connect to any device enabled with HDMI technology.

    Highlights

    Supports full 4K resolution and audio*

    Converts video to connect to any device enabled with HDMI technology

    Molded strain-relief dongle provides flexibility for placement throughout the house

    Easy plug and play

    Did You Notice?

    The adapter delivers both digital audio* and up to 4K video signals.

    Apple Recommends For

    Connecting your MacBook to your HDTV.

    What’s in the Box

    Belkin 4K Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter

    Tech Specs

    Cable Length: 8.1 in./20.5 cm

    Connections: HDMI, Mini DisplayPort

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: F2CD078ywAPL

    UPC or EAN No.: 745883702015

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Warranty: Lifetime limited

    Manufacturer Note

    *Audio support available only on MacBook computers released after mid-2010. Older MacBook computers will require a separate 3.5 mm-to-3.5 mm cable for audio.

  • 3.0 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      4K works, but capped at 30hz (can't achieve 60hz)

      I picked up this adapter in an attempt to achieve full 4K res from my 4K Samsung TV to my MacBook Pro Retina. The Belkin adapter was able to convert the HDMI s I picked up this adapter in an attempt to achieve full 4K res from my 4K Samsung TV to my MacBook Pro Retina. The Belkin adapter was able to convert the HDMI signal to 4K, but it was capped at 30hz (so screen movements looked choppy). I tried everything I could (adjusting display resolutions, using SwitchResX, different Thunderbolt ports, etc...), but I was unable to get anything higher than 30hz. The adapter also felt warm to the touch when in use. TL;DR - Macbook Pro Retina -> Samsung 4K TV - 4K works, but 30hz only - Can't go higher than 30hz - Adapter felt warm/hot when in use

      • Written by Jonathan Q from Toronto

      72 of 81 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?4K works, but capped at 30hz (can't achieve 60hz)

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      4K at 30Hz only

      I just purchased this cable, but unfortunately I'll be returning it. I was hoping to get HDMI2.0 3840x2160 @ 60Hz since it's converting from displayPort. This d I just purchased this cable, but unfortunately I'll be returning it. I was hoping to get HDMI2.0 3840x2160 @ 60Hz since it's converting from displayPort. This doesn't seem to be the case though. I max out at 30Hz (and I have the latest 1TB Macbook Pro 15" - as of May 2016).

      • Written by Roger D from Aurora

      34 of 40 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?4K at 30Hz only

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      So far, meh.

      I plugged into a 1080p TV to give a presentation. I configured the TV as an external display and used my MacBook Air's display for presenter tools. This was my I plugged into a 1080p TV to give a presentation. I configured the TV as an external display and used my MacBook Air's display for presenter tools. This was my first time using this adapter and things did not go smoothly. At some point the screen dimensions seemed to get out of wack and parts of the desktop displayed on the TV bled into my MBA's screen. At one point I disconnected the adapter, but the problem did not reset itself. My MBA's desktop was still shifted over by the area that had previously displayed part of the external desktop. This same MBA normally drives a Thunderbolt display so I don't believe that it was just a matter of its graphics capabilities maxing out. I'll give this adapter another try next time I have a chance, but I'm not confident that I won't have similar results.

      • Written by Alfredo D from Boca Raton

      21 of 22 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?So far, meh.

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      It works great

      I recently created a new home office for online college classes etc instead of using my MacBook Air on my lap as usual and needed one of these to complete my s I recently created a new home office for online college classes etc instead of using my MacBook Air on my lap as usual and needed one of these to complete my setup. I bought a new HP Flatscreen Monitor with 1080p HD and connected it through the Belkin Adapter and I couldn't be happier. I as do some gaming on here and I haven't had any of the issues others are talking about with screen bleeding, jumping etc. It works flawlessly. Just plug it in and close the MacBook and bam, perfect imaging. I had read the reviews on the Moshi Adapter and decided to go with this one and I am glad I did.

      • Written by Cody M from Duncan

      6 of 7 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?It works great

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      4K at 30Hz only

      I just purchased this cable, but unfortunately I'll be returning it. I was hoping to get HDMI2.0 3840x2160 @ 60Hz since it's converting from displayPort. This d I just purchased this cable, but unfortunately I'll be returning it. I was hoping to get HDMI2.0 3840x2160 @ 60Hz since it's converting from displayPort. This doesn't seem to be the case though. I max out at 30Hz (and I have the latest 1TB Macbook Pro 15" - as of May 2016).

      • Written by Roger D from Aurora

      34 of 40 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?4K at 30Hz only

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      So far, meh.

      I plugged into a 1080p TV to give a presentation. I configured the TV as an external display and used my MacBook Air's display for presenter tools. This was my I plugged into a 1080p TV to give a presentation. I configured the TV as an external display and used my MacBook Air's display for presenter tools. This was my first time using this adapter and things did not go smoothly. At some point the screen dimensions seemed to get out of wack and parts of the desktop displayed on the TV bled into my MBA's screen. At one point I disconnected the adapter, but the problem did not reset itself. My MBA's desktop was still shifted over by the area that had previously displayed part of the external desktop. This same MBA normally drives a Thunderbolt display so I don't believe that it was just a matter of its graphics capabilities maxing out. I'll give this adapter another try next time I have a chance, but I'm not confident that I won't have similar results.

      • Written by Alfredo D from Boca Raton

      21 of 22 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?So far, meh.

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