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Load image into Gallery viewer, StarTech.com Active HDMI to DisplayPort Converter - 1920 x 1200 - EDID Support - HDMI or DVI to DP Converter (HDMI2DP),Black
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StarTech.com Active HDMI to DisplayPort Converter - 1920 x 1200 - EDID Support - HDMI or DVI to DP Converter (HDMI2DP),Black

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Description

  • Connect a DisplayPort monitor to an HDMI DVI or Mini DVI equipped computer or gaming console
  • Compatible with HDMI or DVI equipped devices such as Xbox 360 / Xbox One and Sony Playstation PS3 / PS4
  • Black / Active
  • Supports resolutions up to 1920x1200
  • Connect your HDMI or DVI device to a DisplayPort Monitor or Projector

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Customer Reviews

Couldn't get it to work at 2560x1600I'm using a Clevo 740su laptop running Ubuntu 15.10. It has a mini display port 1.2 and HDMI 1.3a ports. I have 3x HP ZR30W 2560x1600 monitors at home that I want to use with this laptop. I connected two monitors to the mini-display port using a Startech MSTMDP122DP, and bought this to connect the third to the HDMI port (that will happily drive my 4K panel at the office).pros: Arrived with a 12" usb extension cable in the box - which was nice. Easy to hook up, Ubuntu recognized it right away.cons: Ubuntu only offered 1280x800 resolution. I know this is probably unfair because Startech's site does not list 2560x1600 as a supported resolution, but this gadget is meant to be able to do 4K, and another reviewer claimed they have one doing 2560x1440 so I thought I'd take my chances. Even with manually registering a new mode with xrandr I was unable to get the monitor to switch to 2560x1600. 4 stars because Startech could have done better.This could be an Ubuntu problem. Could be a compatibility issue with my laptop, or my monitors. Just wanted to give a heads-up to anyone else hoping to use this at 2560x1600 - it did not work for me. 4Great use for Cintiq Pro when you have HDMI only laptop (but you must order two parts)Part one of two for me to finally be able to convert an HDMi connection on my laptop to a Cintiq Pro.Works like a charm but you will need to order both parts. Thank you Star Tech for doing something that Cintiq ridiculously doesn't include or even recommend to help their customers! Thanks to you folks I don't need to return a $900 device.To get the most common connection (HDMI) to work with a Cintiq pro you must get this part number: DP2MDPMF6in & this part number : HD2DP hooking them together. I know it seems ridiculous to make that many connections and it adds more cables, which is counter intuitive, but it worked for me and four other solutions did not. Best of luck and a big finger to Cintiq for not including these items and Cintiq for tech support not mentioning a solution exists. Lemons. 5Excellent adapter, but doesn't support multiple monitors when connected to a StarTech DP hub.My title pretty much sums it up. This adapter works for utilizing a single DP monitor connection. My hope was that it would allow me to use my dual DP monitors on my HDMI only laptop. My other laptop has a DP port and I connect two 27" monitors to a StarTech DP hub (MSTDP123DP, ASIN B00JLRBB8I)...works perfectly. My other laptop (work) has only USB and HDMI ports. So...enter this adapter. I connected the HDMI to DP adapter...then connected it to the previously mentioned hub. No joy. Works with a single monitor directly. Works with a single monitor connected via the hub...but two connected DP monitors results in two black screens with a "no signal" message. So, I doubt my use case was intended in the design so it is not fault of the product. Works as designed and works well. However; consider other options if you intend to connect multiple DP monitors to your "HDMI only" device. 5False advertising on the resolutionIt's not actually 4K. Native resolution is max 2560 x 1440 @ 60hz. It will do 3840x2160 but it's purely interpolated. You can see heavy interlacing.And Windows 10 doesn't like it and will drop the choice when you select the 2560x1440.Some color vibrancy seems lost but it's slight. The real issue is the resolution is a false claim. 1Great Accessory for Watching Cable on my 27" iMac (mid-2010 model)Really surprised with the negative reviews and complaints from iMac owners about the limitation of 720p. Had mine a week now, between a FIOS cable box and a mid-2010 27" iMac and it works really well. I've tried viewing it up close (3 feet) and across a small room (8 feet) and both look fine. Not the same as my Samsung 42" 1080p or my HiDef Sony projector on a 100" screen - but for a small, somewhat dark room, it looks great. Also surprised about the complaints about heat - mine is warm but not hot. Installation was pure plug and play. Connected HDMI from the cable box to the StarTech and connected the StarTech to my DisplayPort and it worked right away. Crisp video, reasonable sound - no complaints about 720p for the 27" screen. This is exactly what I wanted to watch the news, occasional movie and recorded TV shows off my centralized DVR. 5Actually works, unlike othersI started an odd journey, looking for a way to connect my HDMI only Alienware Alpha PC to my Apple LED Cinema Display (27", 2560x1440). This display panel only can be fed with (mini) DisplayPort.I'm sure anyone looking at this product will realize it is very easy to find DisplayPort (Source) to HDMI (Display) converters but not the other way around like this device. This product (and any other video signal converter typically) is NOT bi-directional. It will not convert DP -> HDMI. I does convert HDMI -> DP wonderfully. I had initially ordered another one by GoFanco(?) I think on Amazon, and it worked 2/10 times I would plug it in. Screw that, returned it, got this, I'm happy.Worked the first time, it doesn't seem to care which end you plug in first, and in my case doesn't even need the additional USB plugged in for power. My guess would be it's required when the HDMI port can't supply enough power to the converter. I used this DP > MiniDP passive adapter to connect to the monitor itself: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003N3DTKYIt worked across various resolutions, all at 60hz: 1024x768, 1280x720p, 1920x1080p, and the native res of the Apple monitor 2560x1440. Not sure how much higher it goes, maybe 4K, HDMI hardware permitting. The conversion yields a perfectly clean image.Just FYI this will not help you if you have the newer Apple Thunderbolt Monitor. That is Thunderbolt only. 5Didn't work for me. I was really really hoping ...Didn't work for me. I was really really hoping it would. Upon reading reviews I knew it would be a gamble and I lost this one.I have a 980 gtx ti graphics card with 3 display ports and 1 hdmi port. I have 3 QHD monitors that uses up the display ports and a Wacom MobileStuido Pro 16 that I was hoping I could use with this adapter. I've tried lowering the resolution of the MSP, switching out cables etc, but nothing works. I ended up switching one of the monitors to the HDMI and letting the MSP take that display port to work.This thing is just sitting there collecting dust. I haven't bothered troubleshooting if the product is actually functioning. 2One of two necessary connectors to get your 13" Wacom Cintiq Pro connected to a Win 10 PC.Necessary for attaching my Wacom Cintiq Pro to my 27" Dell XPS. Fortunately another reviewer suggested this display port converter, combined with the D2MDPMF6IN to connect the two. When I contacted Wacom for help from a 'live' person, all I got was the runaround and no guarantee that anything would work. Many thanks to the reviewer who had the exact info I needed. It is clunky and clumsy, but it is what it is. 5High Hopes, but Misses The MarkI try my best not to write luck warm reviews. However it just can't be avoided in this case. I was so looking forward to this devices arrival. Once it arrived I eagerly opened the box hooked everything up to my Displayport equipped HP monitor. I first hooked up a Playstation TV devices andgreat picture on monitor was spectacular and then about 10 minutes later the monitor went to sleep while the PS TV was still broadcasting a signal via HDMI(no signal detected)I then played with the Display cable with no success. Unplugged the cable switched the ends and then a signal for about 10 minutes and then nothing. I then proceeded to try my luck with another source device. The Amazon Fire set top device. I was met with the same results. A signal for 5 +/- minutes and then nothing. I was pretty sure that I knew what was causing the issue but reserved my conclusion until I could test the device in the office with all different equipment save for the PS TV. The results were the same.I wanted so much to like this device especially since it is the only one of it's kind that I could find on the WEB, but it was not meant to be. The problem that I have been successful in diagnosing this issue and it is definitely appears to be heat related. Although this device was not located anywhere near a heat source at my home or office once the device started to get the least bit warm, i.e. 10-15 minutes the signal will be interrupted and the LED indicator on the output side goes off. Let the unit cool for a couple of minutes and the problem goes away until the next time the unit heats up, which is a couple of minutes later.Ultimately I ended up returning this unit after testing and trying to get it to perform over the course of a couple of days. I did not want to believe all of the negative revies whithout first performing my test. Unfortunantly many of the review on Amazon as well as the other internet turn out to be true. I have come to accept that there are other, cheaper and probably better alternatives. which are also much cheaper that one can use. For example a simple HDMI to display port adapter (not displayport adapter) These are farely cheap 5 +/- and besides the only computer monitors that I have see with a full size Display Port adapter have been HPs although there may be Dell, etc.If you are in need of a display solution for windows or windows tablets the best solution (IMO) would be the Diamond USB 2.0 DVI adapter products. I have used this product successfully with my HP Slate 7 Windows 8 tablet, worked like a charm, and it is 1/2 the price of the StarTech, although this product was not my intention to use with the Windows Slate 7 tablet. 2Exactly what I needed to connect a PS3 to a Late 2009 iMacI bought this specifically to connect a PS3 to a late 2009 27" iMac and it's working great. As a previous reviewer mentioned, you can only output 720p (not 1080p) from the PS3 (I knew that before buying) but other than that it works perfectly and also sends audio over the same cable (which plays through the iMac's speakers). Mine also came with a DisplayPort->mini DisplayPort convertor (not listed in the description) which also works great. This device has made my old iMac a much more versatile monitor.A few things to keep in mind if you are going for a similar setup:1. If your PS3 is already hooked up to a different TV/monitor, configure it for 720p over HDMI before you disconnect and hook it up to the iMac. Otherwise you will likely need to hold the power button for 5 sec when turning on the PS3 to force it into "safe mode".2. Keep a keyboard connected to the iMac (or use a bluetooth one) for volume/brightness control and to hit Cmd+F2 if needed to force it to switch to the HDMI input.3. I don't think this device will work with newer iMacs which have the Thunderbolt video input, but I don't have one so I can't confirm.4. The device does run a little warm, so keep it away from other heat sources (like the PS3) to avoid overheating. 5
StarTech.com Active HDMI to DisplayPort Converter - 1920 x 1200 - EDID Support - HDMI or DVI to DP Converter (HDMI2DP),Black

StarTech.com Active HDMI to DisplayPort Converter - 1920 x 1200 - EDID Support - HDMI or DVI to DP Converter (HDMI2DP),Black

3.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 201.00
Sale price
SG$ 201.00
Regular price
SG$ 332.00
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Unit price
per 
Save 39% (SG$ 131.00)