Multitask At A Time
The USB C to VGA adapter from CHOETECH enables you to connect two independent VGA enabled displays through a single USB-C port.
1080p HD Resolution
Supported resolutions to two VGA displays up to 1080p(1920*1080)@60Hz.
No driver installation required, with native support in Windows OS XP/Vista/7/8/10 (X86/X64)and Mac OS 10~11.5 operating systems. Also works with Google Chrome OS.
USB Type C Compatible Devices (Partial List)
-MacBook Pro (13-Inch, Late 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 Ports)
- 2015/2016 MacBook 12"
-ChromeBook Pixel 2015
-Dell XPS 12 (9250), Dell XPS 13 (9350/9550)
- HP Spectre 13, HP Elite x3, HP EliteBook Folio G1
(The adapter only allows two displays to mirror each other, that means the two monitors or TVs you connected via the adapter with your compatible computer only shows the same content.)
1.The adapter is not compatible with host devices which do not support the protocol of DP Alt Mode.
2.Host devices systems with a single DisplayPort line wired to the USB-C port do not support two displays; they will always only support a single video output over USB-C.
3.Display(Monitor/Projector/TV) with higher resolution should be hooked up in advance if you intend to connect your USB-C computer to two independent displays.
4.It does not support USB-C smartphones and tablets, for most of them work with with MHL solution or Slimport solution instead of DP Alt mode.
5.For certain monitors such as Philips 288P6(4K@30Hz), Dell P2715Q (4K@30Hz) may turn on and off every minute as connected with a long VGA cable, for stable output, we highly recommendusing a short VGA cable within 5.9ft to connect your display.
6.The adapter is not hot swappable. Unplugging the VGA cable is not allowed as the adapter is operating and you have to follow the Connection Guides to set up again.