Thunderbolt (Mini display port) for Displayport adapters and cablesThere are4 products.
- Ugreen Mini DisplayPort for Displayport Cable Premium Black - 1.5m 583 UgreenIn stock.
The Mini DisplayPort for Displayport cable is for setting your external Displayport screen to your Macbook, macbook pro, Macbook air, iMac, mac mini or Mac pro. The Mini DisplayPort for Display port cable supports up to 4k resolution, so the cable is well and truly future-proof.15,00€1-2 day delivery
- ALOGIC Ultra 8K Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable BNDS01-ULMDPDP01-SGR# ALOGICIn stock.
The ALOGIC Ultra 8K Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable V1.4, allows you to connect your laptop or computer to an ultra-high-resolution display. The V1.4 cable supports the latest DisplayPort technology boasting a maximum resolution of up to 8K @60Hz.44,00€1-2 day delivery
- Mini DisplayPort for Displayport Cable 026-1 Kina OEMNot in stock.
With the Mini DisplayPort for Displayport cable here you can set your external monitor to your Macbook, macbook pro, Macbook air, iMac, mac mini or Mac pro. If you need to run 4k or the resolution 2560x1440 (27"+), you must purchase our Sandberg Mini Display port for Displayport cable.9,00€10-30 days of delivery.
- Mini display port for Displayport adapter C001-987670990 Kina OEMNot in stock.
With this Mini DisplayPort for DisplayPort adapter, you have the option to attach an external monitor to your laptop or desktop computer that has a Mini DisplayPort input. This is a standard adapter – if you want to run a 4K resolution then we recommend a Sandberg Mini DisplayPort for DisplayPort cable.24,00€Out of Stock
Thunderbolt (Mini DisplayPort) to DisplayPort Adapters and Cables
In this category, we have gathered our selection of Thunderbolt (Mini DisplayPort) to DisplayPort adapters and cables, which can be used for a variety of purposes. Below, you will find some examples along with a brief explanation of their purpose.
Thunderbolt (Mini DisplayPort) to DisplayPort Adapter or Cable
A Thunderbolt (Mini DisplayPort) to DisplayPort adapter or cable is designed to convert between the two formats: Thunderbolt, which is Apple's version of Mini DisplayPort, and DisplayPort.
The Thunderbolt format is found in all newer MacBooks and iMacs. It is generally the path Apple takes when it comes to connecting devices, as it can transfer various types of data, such as images, videos, and audio. This makes it highly versatile and competitive in the market.
The DisplayPort format is often found in the latest generation of monitors, computers, and MacBooks, as it is the predecessor of Mini DisplayPort (and an earlier version of Thunderbolt in Apple's case). This means that most modern monitors should be able to use DisplayPort.
Practicality and Cost-effectiveness
This is incredibly convenient, as it means that with a Thunderbolt (Mini DisplayPort) to DisplayPort cable, you can avoid having to replace your monitor(s) just because you buy a MacBook that can do a little more. Since your monitor can handle most tasks that a newer monitor would, it makes a lot of sense to invest in a cable in this way.
This is especially true in the workplace, where you often reuse your monitors even when purchasing new MacBooks. Otherwise, it would be a huge expense to replace all your monitors to match the format of a new MacBook.
With a Thunderbolt (Mini DisplayPort) to DisplayPort cable in your pocket, you can also easily connect to other monitors. So, if your MacBook needs to be used in a meeting room, you can simply connect to the screen already there instead of having to carry your own.
The same can be said for having a Thunderbolt (Mini DisplayPort) to DisplayPort adapter at home. This way, you can always connect your MacBook to a monitor if you want to work from home or simply surf the internet while streaming on a screen.
Enhanced Viewing Experience
Additionally, you can quickly connect your MacBook to a large screen if you want to watch sports with your friends or have a movie night. And it's always more enjoyable to watch it on a big screen rather than huddling behind a smaller MacBook screen.
It's also convenient for showcasing vacation photos or gaming on a split screen for nostalgia's sake. You can simply use your cable to connect between the respective devices, especially if you use your MacBook as the central hub for what's happening.
There are various Thunderbolt (Mini DisplayPort) to DisplayPort adapters and cables in this category, and all of them can convert between the two formats. However, there are some differences in how it's done and the quality it offers, so please read more on individual pages.