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USB-C to HDMI Adapter (4K@60Hz)

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USB 3.1 Type C (Thunderbolt 3 Compatible) to HDMI Adapter for 2016/ 2017 MacBook Pro, 2015/2016 MacBook, Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus, etc



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USB C to HDMI Adapter (4K@60Hz)
USB C to HDMI Adapter (4K@60Hz)

USB C to HDMI Adapter (4K@60Hz)

Product description

USB C to HDMI Adapter
CHOETECH USB C to HDMI Adapter lets you connect a USB Type-C device to the HDMI port of an HDTV/monitor/projector to display video and audio.

4K UHD Resolution at 60Hz
Support resolutions up to 4K with a refresh rate of up to 60Hz for a clear picture that reduces blurring during fast-action scenes.

Ultimate Portability
Highly portable with a small footprint and lightweight design, fitting easily into your laptop bag or carrying case.

OS Compatibility
Compatible with Windows 7/Vista32&64/XP/2000/Me/98/98SE, Windows 10, Mac OS 9.X/10.X-10.12.2, OS X Yosemite v10.10.5, OX X EI Capitan v10.11.6.

USB Type C Compatible Devices:
- 2017 MacBook Pro( 13 Inch & 15 Inch)
- 2016 MacBook Pro
- 2015/2016 MacBook
- ChromeBook Pixel
- HP EliteBook Folio G1
- Dell XPS 13-9350-R1609 13.3", XPS 15
- Asus GA-Z170X, Asus ZenBook UX390UAK
- Samsung Notebook 9 900X5L-K01
- Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus

It is only compatible with computers with DP alt mode, not for USB-C smartphones (Except Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus) and tablets, as most of them work with MHL or Slimport solution.
Supported resolutions and refresh rates of the adapter are entirely dependent on the USB-C host devices and connected display specifications.
If your computer supports 4K@60Hz, while your monitor/TV only supports 4K@30Hz or 1080p, you can only output 4K@30Hz or 1080p rather than 4K@60Hz
MacBook 12” does not support 4K@60Hz output; it has a maximum output of 4K@30Hz.
An HDMI 2.0-compliant cable is required as utilizing the highest resolution 3840x2160@60Hz. HDMI 1.4/1.3 cables will likely result in a blank screen, digital noise, or display drop-offs.
For certain monitors may turn on and off every minute as connected with a long HDMI cable, for stable output, we highly recommendusing a short HDMI cable within 5.9ft to connect your display.

Can someone verify that a samsung tv connect to a galaxy s8 will output at 60hz? I cant get it to do that even with and HDMI 2.0 cable
It really could support 60Hz, you can try to switch another HDMI cable to have a test.
Any strict limitation on hdmi cable length?
As with any cord the longer the cord the higher the risk of a short. Use only what you need however I have never had length make a difference in image quality. Hope this helps.
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