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  • DisplayPort to HDMI Cable connects your computer to an HDTV for audio/video streaming or to an HD...
  • Gold-plated connectors, bare copper conductors, and foil-and-braid shielding for high picture...
  • Supports video resolutions up to 1920x1200 and 1080p (Full HD) and uncompressed digital audio...
  • Show movies on a big-screen HDTV, present work on a projector, or create/configure a second...
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Personal Computers
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Black
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Personal Computer
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14700482
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3 Feet
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  • EAN: 0841710138511
  • MPN: HL-007262
  • UPC: 841710138511
  • Model: HL-007262
  • Part Number: HL-007262
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  1. AmazonBasics DisplayPort to HDMI Cable – 15 FeetUpdate: December 7, 2017I’ve been using this cable for about 11 months and it has held up well. And that’s despite the fact I’ve coiled and uncoiled it several times a week to connect my TV and laptop. Very good cable and highly recommended.==============================March 31, 2017This is a thick and sturdy cable and appears to be very well made. I’ve used it for several months with no issues, and expect it to last many years.

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    William M. Gibson June 7, 2017 at 12:00 am

    Bought a new computer that had 2 HDMI ports. I was excited because I figured it would make it easy to set up my 2 monitor rig. It was easy, and it worked great, until I ran into a glitch with Lightroom (photo editing). Turns out that one HDMI port was connected to my graphics card, and the other HDMI port was connected to my processor (integrated graphics).Lightroom needs both monitors to operate off of the same card, so I needed a new solution. Since my graphics card had multiple DisplayPorts, I just used these cable to connect to the HDMI ports on my 2 monitors. Works great!Recommend.

  3. Did not work for what I needed, but I didn’t order the right cord. This will only work with the DisplayPort as the video source and the HDMI as the output. It doesn’t work the other way around. That being said, It was a quality cord that worked well when I used it correctly. Worth the price if your video source is a Displayport

  4. I connect my Windows 10 Professional HP Elitebook 2570p laptop to a docking station at home. The docking station had a VGA port connected to a 22″ monitor. The monitor display had noticeable shimmering. I replaced the monitor with a 22″ television monitor connected to the same VGA port. Still, same problem, though not as bad. I purchased the Amazon Basics DisplayPort to HDMI cable, connecting it to the DisplayPort on the back of the docking station, and from there into the HDMI port on the television. Great results! The shimmering is gone, the picture is noticeably better and more responsive. It was a good solution for my particular configuration and equipment.

  5. Cable works as described, but note that it is uni-directional. It will work with DisplayPort as the output and HDMI as the input. It is described this way as well, but my intended use case was the opposite. I’ve never heard of a one-way translation for digital video signals, but that does appear to be the case. I verified this worked fine from a Dell docking station (DisplayPort) to a Dell 4K display (using HDMI input). Using the DisplayPort input on the monitor and HDMI output on a laptop did NOT work. Not deducting stars from the rating due to my lack of knowledge on the reverse not working, but writing this review in the hope that it prevents someone else from encountering a similar issue.

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