▶ Compatible with 2017 iMac/iMac Pro, 2017 & 2016 MacBook Pro, Retina MacBook 12" 2015 / 2016, Surface Book 2, Chromebook Pixel 2015, Dell XPS 13 & 15, HP Spectre x360 13" & 15", Lenovo Yoga 900 & 910 & 920, ThinkPad P50 & P70, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8+, HUAWEI Mate 10 and future laptops & desktops which comply with the VESA "Display Port Alternate Mode on USB Type-C Connector Standard". NOT compatible with all tablets
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Side 1: USB-C Male Gold Plated Shell (Input)
Side 2: HDMI 4K Male Port (Output)
Cable Length: 3 Feet / 1 Meter
Supports resolution up to [email protected] (4K), backward compatible with 3840x1440, 2560x1440 (2K) , 2560x1080, 1920x1080 (1080P) , 720P @ 60Hz and more.
This Cable is built with Display Port Alternate Mode
Compatible with the following device:
*iMac/ iMac Pro 2017
*MacBook Pro 2017 & 2016
*MacBook 2016 & 2015
*Surface Book 2
*New Chromebook Pixel
*Dell XPS 15 & 13
*Yoga 910 For Yoga 910 users, please ONLY plug the Cable into the White USB-C female port.
*Yoga 900(Yoga 4 Pro)
*HP Spectre x360 13 & 15 inch
*Asus Zen AIO All in One PC
Only Compatible with following cellphone so far
*Samsung Note 8
*Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+
*Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+
*HUAWEI Mate 10/Mate 10+
*HTC U Ultra
If your device is not in the list, please don't hesitate to contact us.
1.In order to enjoy the 4K @ 30 Hz high resolution, please make sure to use HDMI 2.0 cable.
2. Resolution Setting: Windows 10 : Windows Menu--> Setting--> Display--> Advanced Display Settings, set your laptop's resolution same as or lower the resolution of external monitor.
Mac Os: Apple icon-->System Preferences-->Displays-->Arrangement-->Mirror Displays. Choose Mirror Displays, Then go back to Displays option, choose Scaled 1920*1080P, choose Refresh Rate at 60 Hertz or 30 hertz, then disconnect and reconnect the cable again.
3.If it does not work, you can go to the official website of your laptop, update the BIOS and graphics driver, and try again.