Belkin 4K Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Cable (2 m/6.5 ft.)

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  • Overview

    Belkin's 4K Mini DisplayPort-to-HDMI cable lets you connect your MacBook to your HDTV and transmit both video and audio.

    Highlights

    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

    Tech Specs

    Cable Length: 6.5 ft./2 m

    Connections: HDMI, Mini DisplayPort

    Weight: 3.49 oz./98.88 g

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: F2CD077yw2M-APL

    UPC or EAN No.: 745883701995

    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: Limited lifetime

  • 3.0 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
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    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      need thunderbolt 2

      I bought this adapter so I could display a slideshow from Photos on an HDTV. I found 2 options, one from Moshi and one from Belkin. The reviews of the Moshi was I bought this adapter so I could display a slideshow from Photos on an HDTV. I found 2 options, one from Moshi and one from Belkin. The reviews of the Moshi was discouraging with many people having the adapter stop working. I decided the 6ft Belkin would allow me to reach the tv set without having to get another HDMI to HDMI cord. The on line description says it is 6.5ft but the package actually says 6ft though I did not measure it. The Apple store clerk said it would work with any thunderbolt port but when I tried it on my MacBook Pro vintage mid-2012, it did not work. I read the fine print on the package and it states thunderbolt 2 is needed. I hooked it to my iMac with thunderbolt 2 and it worked perfectly.

      • Written by Rosemary R from Folsom

      110 of 118 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?need thunderbolt 2

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Doesn't work

      Doesn't work with MacBook. After receiving it and coming away to a hotel and using it for the first time. Reading fine print on box, not on description on Apple Doesn't work with MacBook. After receiving it and coming away to a hotel and using it for the first time. Reading fine print on box, not on description on Apple Store page, I haven't got the Thunderbolt 2 connection on my MacBook. Maybe something to bear in mind when buying this item.

      • Written by Huw T from Lewes

      54 of 77 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Doesn't work

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      save your money

      worked great for about 1 year ..after that the connection to the display port got very touchy .. even if you slightly touch the cable..it will disconnect and worked great for about 1 year ..after that the connection to the display port got very touchy .. even if you slightly touch the cable..it will disconnect and loose picture on TV... and even after checking with your system display in computer.. the cable is not found even while still connected ! Not gonna pay crazy money anymore for something with a limited warranty

      • Written by Sandra E from Browns Mills

      28 of 30 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?save your money

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Oddly, yet fully, inadequate

      Bought this on the assurance of the rep that it would deal with at least 60hz, 4k, going from my 2015 iMac to a TV. TV does it fine, with Apple TV. It's been Bought this on the assurance of the rep that it would deal with at least 60hz, 4k, going from my 2015 iMac to a TV. TV does it fine, with Apple TV. It's been a few years since 4k external monitors have been a talking point at keynotes and WWDC. Surely the cable works on this fundamental level. No, it doesn't, and neither do any of the other mini-displayport to HDMI adapters currently available at the Apple Store. Not ONE of them. It's almost 2019, and the shelves and online store are stocked with nothing for this common adapter scenario that is adequate. 30hz refresh is a ghostly, fuzzy, flippy mess of a scenario. It's unpleasant, and bad for the eyes. That Belkin doesn't even make a better cable, and that the Apple Store doesn't bother to supply any of those that do exist, instead opting to offer 4 different adapters which will, under no circumstances, permit the display of 4k at a passable refresh rate, is mind-boggling. After a lot of research (this adapter was $50, not falling for it again), discovered that many cable makers do indeed make appropriate adapters. Some even make crazily forward thinking adapters that support HDMI 2.1 and the highest datarate possible, for future scenarios. I could have ordered online, but I needed a replacement while I have a day off, so the only one offered in a retail store is....Microsoft's Surface 2 Mini-Displayport to HDMI adapter. I just drove 2 hrs each way to get it from Best Buy. And...it totally works. Gross. What is the world coming to?

      • Written by David H from Cotati

      Is this review useful?Oddly, yet fully, inadequate

    • 2.0 out of 5 stars

      Works great the first year, useless thereafter

      On the one year anniversary of buying this product, it stopped working. I used it very little during that year and took good care of it. Now my television doesn On the one year anniversary of buying this product, it stopped working. I used it very little during that year and took good care of it. Now my television doesn't pick up the signal. Disappointment.

      • Written by Sergio C from Irving

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Works great the first year, useless thereafter

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Awesome for MacBook Pro Retina (2012) to newer 4K displays

      My ThunderBolt display finally bit the dust and I replaced it with the LG 27" 27UD69P-W 4K display. When I connected the enclosed HDMI cable, I was seriously di My ThunderBolt display finally bit the dust and I replaced it with the LG 27" 27UD69P-W 4K display. When I connected the enclosed HDMI cable, I was seriously disappointed. The refresh rate dropped to 30 and everything was slow and wonky. Then I searched the Apple Store and found this Belkin cable. It arrived just a few moments ago. I just connected one end to the display HDMI, and the other to my MacBookPro Mini Display Port. Eureka! I am back to the same crisp 27" display that I once had, and it did not require me to make any adjustments on the LG display. Color me happy! :)

      • Written by Robert B from Salem

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Awesome for MacBook Pro Retina (2012) to newer 4K displays

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