Manhattan 4K@60Hz DisplayPort to HDMI Cable

Rs. 3,150.00 Rs. 1,600.00

Highlights:

  • Connects your DisplayPort source to your HDMI-equipped Ultra-HD display
  • Supports Ultra-HD video resolution up to 4K@60Hz (3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz)
  • Supports High-Definition audio for a full range of audio types, including SACD, DVD-Audio, DTS-HD Master Audio, and Dolby TrueHD

The easiest and best way to connect a DisplayPort laptop or desktop to your HDMI display — in one complete cable

For the simplest and most discreet installation, this DisplayPort to HDMI cable connects your DisplayPort video source to the HDMI port on your display. It doesn't need a power source, unlike some converter dongles that require active power and separate bulky video cabling. This cable lets you enjoy movies on a big-screen HDTV, extend your desktop to a second monitor (up to 4K@60Hz) for an expanded workspace or show presentations on a projector at school or work without needing any other adapter or converter.

  • Connects your DisplayPort source to your HDMI-equipped Ultra-HD display
  • Supports Ultra-HD video resolution up to 4K@60Hz (3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz)
  • Supports High-Definition audio for a full range of audio types, including SACD, DVD-Audio, DTS-HD Master Audio, and Dolby TrueHD
  • HDCP compatible for protected content
  • Offers a latching DisplayPort connector to provide a secure connection
  • Converts a signal from a DisplayPort source to an HDMI display only; not bi-directional
  • Plug-and-Play
  • Three-year warranty
Specifications:
           Standards and Certifications
  • DisplayPort v1.2
  • FCC
  • CE
  • RoHS
  • HDCP

    General
  • Resolution: up to 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz (Ultra-HD 4K@60Hz)
  • Converts signal from DisplayPort to HDMI only

    Connectors
  • DisplayPort 20-pin male (latching)
  • HDMI 19-pin male
  • Gold-plated contacts

    Physical
  • Length: 1 m / 1.8 m / 3 m
  • Molded PVC and ABS Shell

    Operating Environment
  • Operation Temperature: 0 – 40°C (32 – 104°F)
  • Storage Temperature: -20 – 60°C (-4 – 140°F)
  • Humidity (noncondensing): 0 – 96%

    System Requirements
  • Windows XP/Vista/7/8.1/10, Linux or Mac 9.x/10.x or above

    Package Contents
  • 4K@60Hz DisplayPort to HDMI Cable

Customer Reviews

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Works very well

So I bought this cable, thankfully, after doing my research. I needed a dpi to HDMI cable to connect to my 4K tv... and I would have bought any generic cable until I found the link to a specifically 4K at 60Hz cable. It seems some 4K cables were only 30Hz... and some were not even 4K. So, getting this cable, even though it was expensive, seemed worth it.

Now I use it to mainly connect my desktop to my 4K as a second monitor... it works pretty well. The resolution is excellent... and it does not feel as if I lose too much in the second monitor. The colour of the computer display on the tv is a little extra saturated, and the text is not too bad, but when streaming video content, there is no perciptable difference between streaming through computer or through the tv directly.

My only problem was that I chose the longer 3 metre cable, when I actually needed the 1.8 metre cable. And sadly, I wasn't able to stop GFX shipping the longer size. But I've looped it to avoid a cable mess, and as I feared, it does not lose any resolution despite being longer, so no harm done.

Also... I think this cable is DP 1.2 but my machine was DP 1.4, but there has been no problem, so that's a relief.

The cable is sturdy and is very reliable so far. Ultimately, no regrets in this purchase.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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NAyK
Works very well

So I bought this cable, thankfully, after doing my research. I needed a dpi to HDMI cable to connect to my 4K tv... and I would have bought any generic cable until I found the link to a specifically 4K at 60Hz cable. It seems some 4K cables were only 30Hz... and some were not even 4K. So, getting this cable, even though it was expensive, seemed worth it.

Now I use it to mainly connect my desktop to my 4K as a second monitor... it works pretty well. The resolution is excellent... and it does not feel as if I lose too much in the second monitor. The colour of the computer display on the tv is a little extra saturated, and the text is not too bad, but when streaming video content, there is no perciptable difference between streaming through computer or through the tv directly.

My only problem was that I chose the longer 3 metre cable, when I actually needed the 1.8 metre cable. And sadly, I wasn't able to stop GFX shipping the longer size. But I've looped it to avoid a cable mess, and as I feared, it does not lose any resolution despite being longer, so no harm done.

Also... I think this cable is DP 1.2 but my machine was DP 1.4, but there has been no problem, so that's a relief.

The cable is sturdy and is very reliable so far. Ultimately, no regrets in this purchase.