The USB C to DVI 1080p Adapter does not support all USB C laptops or all USB C Smartphone. *DP and ALT modes must be supported on USB C devices.
It only transmits images, not audio, since this DVI adapter is only capable of transmitting images. Specifically, the item will not work with DVI monitors like the Apple Cinema HD Display (30-inch DVI), and it is only single-link, and will not support dual-link
USB C to DVI adapter supports UHD resolution, with up to [email protected], and backward compatibility with [email protected], 50Hz and 60Hz, 720P,480P,576i,480i @50Hz and 60Hz. Supports Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime, Hulu, tablets, smartphones, projectors, etc. Mirror or extend your screen on your laptop, tablet, smartphone, or desktop to HDTV, monitors, or projectors for an immersive visual show.
Please refer to the list of compatible models below. You may need a longer time to sync your smartphone when using this adapter
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Questions & Answers
The adapter is compatible with my Apple Cinema display (a1081) connecting to the 20” Macbook pro 2019 with a single-cable mount What is the link for the dvi port?
I am happy to confirm that you can connect it to a Macbook Pro 2019 and a If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Cable Creation *br>
When do you think the black and white version will be ?
A promotional offer is currently in effect on this item. Thanks a lot!
Can I use this with a 17" Apple Studio Display ?
- Randall, the display is believed to be compatible with an Apple Studio Display 17" display, although we haven't tested it do let me know, thx.
Selected User Reviews For USB C to DVI Adapter 1080P, CableCreation USB Type C to DVI Cable Adapter, Compatible with MacBook Pro 2020 2019, iPad Pro 2020/ 2018, Surface Book 2, XPS 15 13, Galaxy S20 S10
I am glad to tell you that this adapter is compatible with the 2019 27-inch iMac
Please feel free to enquire for any further information. I thank you in advance.
| Apr 07, 2021
Never held up to scrutiny
My home office set up included a variety of accessories, and this was just one version of a few USB-based adapters that I ordered I bought two adapters to convert C to DVI. On the first one, the computer was able to recognize the 'monitor' but there was no video signal (there was no display on the I exchanged it for the second time with the same results.
Both units I ordered were faulty, and even though the computer recognized my monitor was plugged into my Mac, there was no video display on it at all.
| Aug 10, 2020
Supports the Apple Cinema DVI monitor but not the Apple TV
The newer 2019 MacBookPro is equipped with four USB Type C ports, and I recently upgraded my MacBookPro to it. When I had an old MacBookPro, it had a MiniDisplay port, so I used a 23" Apple Cinema HD DVI monitor with an Apple DVI-out It can be used with the MiniDisplay adapter. Based on what I have read, an Apple MiniDisplay should be compatible It should work with the new MBPro if it has a USB Type C adaptor. The answer is no. The CableCreation USB Type C to DVI adapter claims to work on the 2019 MBPro, so I tried that. We couldn't get it to In addition to the Benfei USB Type C adapter, which claims to be compatible with the new MBPro, I also tried the Benfei USB Type C to DVI adapter. We couldn't get it to My next step was to try the UPTab USB Type C to MiniDisplay adaptor, thinking that it would work with my Apple DVI-D monitor It can be used with the MiniDisplay adapter. That is not what happened. I tried the Club 3D CAC from the Club 3D site as well The year 1510 Connect a USB C connector to a dual-link DVI display An adapter for HDCP Off" on the D Adapter. GET IT TO WORK! Here is where you can find it Here's the link Please visit www. The Amazon website. Please see https//www. CAC. com/ The year 1510 The adapter - The displays - 13870 x 2160 Is 2560x1600/dp/B08B7FSVTL/ref=sr_1_3 available? When dchild=1 and Club 3D CAC-keywords 1510 & 1511 Id 1615575897 and Item number 8- It should be noted that Club makes two models. The first is the Apple Cinema monitor's "HDCP Off" display, while the second is HDCP compatible. There is no support for the Apple Cinema on the HDCP On model. You are kind to offer free returns if you claim that your device does not fulfill its warranty. I would like to point out that Apple does not provide an adapter to support their own older, perfectly functional.
| Jul 26, 2020
Some DVI monitors may not support it, but it works fine with others
Following a full day of testing, here is the report My new MacBook Pro (2016), with a 13-inch Retina screen and touchbar, and two of these 19-inch LCD monitors purchased at this time enable use of older 19" LCD monitors. I was able to get 1280 x 1024 resolution at 60 or 75 Hz using both adapters described -- It is fine with me, I will only use them for work purposes. Its only flaw (costing a star) is that some of the monitors don't Using this setup I have successfully set up two external monitors for extended view I have tried a few different combinations, mixing and matching two different Dell 19' LCD monitors and a Sony 19' LCD monitor, all vintage 2005-2010. The manufacture date is 2009. Although, the Samsung Syncmaster 930B would not work, which usually has the best image out of all the scanners. The screen would flash rapidly (2 to 3 times per second) every time when connected to either adapter and the MacBook, even though other PCs are fully functional. It was not fixed by any of the display adjustments on either the MacBook or the monitor. The Samsung customer support team does not have any information on using their monitors with adapters, apart from the fact that "it sometimes works. ". So the chances of success will be high, but there might also be a chance of.
| Mar 23, 2021
The following review is a preliminary one
The old Samsung monitor I was using required DVI-C and this simply plugged into it I have a new iMac 2017 that requires a USB cable to be plugged in I plug in my USB Type C (Thunderbolt 3) cable and it works!.
| Jun 26, 2021
The device is ready to go once it has been plugged in! There is no problem
Two older Dell monitors each with their own DVI input and a brand new HP Elitebook laptop with its own HDMI input and a USB port On one monitor, we got a DVI to HDMI adapter, and on another, we got a DVI to USB adapter A USB cable is needed for this Now that I have two monitors, I can do many things at once. With this and the true Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, I have a wireless workstation at a very reasonable price You're not going to pay $300 for an HP docking station just because you don't want to. Using the HP docking station at work, the screen quality is just as high as at home. Even if there are a number of cords behind the laptop, all monitors work and I have full functionality without much fuss.
The only complaint I have is that I must plug it in before I turn on the laptop, otherwise the screen quality is terrible. In the event the laptop is off when I plug it in and it boots up with the connection already made, this is fine. Unfortunately, I do not know if that is an issue with the adapter or the computer.
| Feb 21, 2021
A few weeks later, the job was no longer available
From the time it first installed, I had observed no problems. However, after 3 or 4 weeks, I noticed that the mac detected the display still, but there was no signal. The display connected to the mac would also display 'no signal detected'. In my case, I found that you can unplug the connector and plug it back in again, and then it will function properly. It's not something I'd want to do for a long time. I told the seller how things were going, and when she reached out to me to check on my progress, she responded by saying that the Mac has a problem, and I shouldn't need to unplug or plug I had to buy from another seller since I was outside of the return window, but now that it's working great, I'm happy.
| Dec 28, 2020