- Brand Name: Asus
- Model Number: 90-XB2UOKCA00110-
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- Made just for ASUS Tablets.
- Supports up to 1080p resolution, Piano-finish shine.
- Use it on your ASUS tablet or select Zenbooks
- Compatible with UX31 Series and UX21 Series Zenbooks
- Compatible with TF201 Series, TF300 Series, TF600 Series, TF700 Series, TF810 Series, ME301 Series, and ME400 Series Tablets
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Top Customer Reviews
Well... It works... sort of. With 2 problems.
1. The plug body on the micro HDMI side is much fatter than shown in the picture. So fat, in fact, that you can't plug in the micro USB charger plug while you have this adapter in. That means you can't charge while you are using this.
2. The display on my Viewsonic LCD monitor is fuzzy when using this adapter. Not terrible, but definitely not sharp.
I ended up buying the AGPtek 10-Inch Micro HDMI to VGA Female Video Cable - Support HD 1080p
It displays a sharper image and the plug is small enough to allow me to charge. It was cheaper too!
FYI, the less expensive CableMatters adapter does NOT work. Save your time and money.
The adapter works PERFECTLY between the tablet and my projector, as well as with a colleague's projector. It really saves my butt for a trip next week and also the cost of buying a new projector or compatibility issues if my projector breaks down and the hotel replacement is only VGA.
Things to consider when buying this piece.
1) ASUS brand is only a few dollars more than the off brand adapters so less incompatibility issues
2) Is the off brand a VGA to HDMI or like this one an HDMI to VGA. Maybe not an issue, but I was told by several people that it makes a difference.
2) if you don't have the Prime or Infinity you might need the Mini not Micro plug
Finally, I can see my tablet's screen on a big monitor!
I purchased this to use with an ACER IKONIA A100 Tablet. This unit allows output to another monitor, for which I am using this adapter. I did find the difference between using the mini-hdmi and micro-hdmi a bit confusing. There is a difference, however, and my tablet will not use a mini-HDMI connector.
I plugged the adapter in and it worked. There are no settings to change, either on the tablet or monitor. It is very simple to connect to the monitor cable. I was worried about the cable pulling out of such a small connector on the tablet, but the micro-hdmi is much better at holding onto the connector than the standard HDMI connector on the TV. I would prefer a thinner cable on the adapter, but that might cause more issues, too. It does have to support the weight of the VGA connectors on both cables.
When this cable is in use, sound is normally transferred to the HDMI connector. Since this is a converter to VGA, sound is not transferred with the video. Instead, the sound can be heard through the earphone jack on the top of the tablet.
I am very satisfied with this cable. The output from my A100 is sharp and clear on the big display.
I can recommend this adapter to owners of the ACER A100. I do not have other tablets to try this with. For myself, I would gladly pay for a replacement adapter if this one becomes damaged.
I considered the possible solution of buying a generic HDMI to VGA adapter that would then suit the needs of multiple devices being connected to monitors or projectors with only analog inputs available, but I decided that it would probably be best for me to use the adapter made by Asus for its own products, especially since it would likely help minimize any compatibility or signal conversion issues. After doing some searching around different sites, this was the best deal I could find on this particular adapter. The only problem is that the title of this product lists it as a "Mini HDMI to VGA Adapter", which means that it shouldn't be compatible with the *Micro HDMI* port on the side of the TF201. I originally passed it over a couple of times before coming to the conclusion that it might be what I was looking for, not only because it listed being compatible with the TF201 but also because specific keyword searches took me directly to this product page.Read more ›
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