Mini HDMI to HDMI Adapter
- MINI HDMI ADAPTER connects a Pico Projector, tablet, NUC barebones desktop, camcorder, DSLR or other device with Mini HDMI to a TV, monitor or projector with HDMI input; Check that your device has Mini HDMI, the mid-sized HDMI connector; An HDMI cable (sold separately) is required
- VIDEO RESOLUTION SUPPORT up to full 4K including 4096×2160, 3840×2160, 2560×1600, 2560×1440, 1920×1200, and 1080p; 4K video requires a 4K equipped source, HDMI cable, and output display
- HDMI 2.0 COMPATIBLE with HDMI support for an Audio Return Channel (ARC), HDMI Ethernet Channel (HEC), 48 bit color depths, 32 channel audio, Dolby True HD 7.1 audio, and 3D video; Supports HDCP compatible equipment for viewing content protected video
- LIGHTWEIGHT & PORTABLE HDMI adapter stores in a notebook sleeve when traveling; Leave an HDMI cable connected to the back of your TV for easy access and connect with this adapter
|Part number STC-DD087
|Connector Plating Gold|
|Maximum Digital Resolutions 4k*2k|
|Connector A 1 - Mini HDMI (19 pin) Male
Connector B 1 - HDMI (19 pin) Female
Connector Style Straight
Product Weight 4.2 oz [118 g]
|Package Quantity 1Shipping (Package)
Weight 4.4 oz [125 g]
|What's in the Box|
Mini HDMI Adapter
Small Screen to Large Screen
The Cable Matters Mini-HDMI to HDMI Adapter is an ideal solution for connecting a tablet, NUC barebones desktop, mini pico projector, drone display, or DSLR to a larger screen display for viewing. Show a presentation from a palm-sized projector or connect a 4K camera to a UHD TV for viewing photos.
4K Resolution Support
Experience the vibrant video and authentic audio supported by this HDMI adapter.
4K HDMI Compatible
- 4K video resolution support including 3840x2160, 2560x1600, 2560x1440, 1920x1200, and 1080p
Convenient HDMI Connection
- Connect to an existing HDMI cable
- Raspberry Pi Zero W
HDMI Connector Sizes
- Full-sized found on a TV
"My wife wanted to use the larger monitor on the desk instead of looking at the smaller 14" Untrabook screen while working on assignments. To accomplish this we needed to adapt the DVI cable from the monitor to the Intel Ultrabook mini HDMI. Using a DVI to HDMI cable worked well connecting to the monitor, then with this adapter I down sized the HDMI connection to the Mini HDMI size that the Ultrabook has. This adapter works well and now my wife can use the full size monitor and have less eye strain through the day. To be clear, of all the options that include cable etc, we bought only the mini adapter that adapts from full HDMI to mini HDMI, since we already had HDMI cables.
There are other ways to get video from the Ultrabook to the monitor (USB adapters) but this simple and clean solution is working well for us. You do need to make sure that the mini adapter is fully seated in the Ultrabook, and then due to all of the pressure the longer and heavier cable is exerting we put the Ultrabook aside and don't bump it. It stays connected fine that way."
"I owned this adapter for about a year now. It worked great, but it appears the the weight of the cable alone can bend it while the adapter is in the port ( I use it in the back of my graphics card) this later caused reception problems and I'm back to buy another one, maybe of a different brand. It may just be me having a huge jumble of cables and tugging on them, or maybe not. Buy with your own digression."
"It works perfectly for me. I don't think you should expect to get ruff with it. It's like the old style chromecast, it shouldn't be moved up and down, just straight in and out. I used it to plug my chromecast into a mini projector. Works great. No complaints from me"
"Good quality, I've gotten 4 so far and all have worked flawlessly. They are a little weak though. I use them as an adapter for my computer (gpu came with mini hdmi for some stupid reason) and I'm always unplugging my monitor and tv hdmi out of it. After a while the little mini thing breaks loose and I have to get a new one. For their price, they're great though, and if it's going to be used for a more permanent fitting, then there's nothing bad about these little things."
"Its a $2 adapter, what more do you expect. It does what it is supposed to. The build quality is very cheap but you get what you pay for. I got this to test out the HDMI capability of my Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet and it seems to work great. It is in no way a permanent solution and a HDMI to miniHDMI cable would be a better choice if you are looking for something you will use a lot."