USB C to HDMI Cable (4K@60Hz), CHOETECH (6ft/1.8m) USB 3.1 Type C to HDMI Cable (Thunderbolt 3 Compatible) for 2017 iMac, 2017/2016 MacBook Pro, 2015/2016 MacBook, ChromeBook Pixel, Galaxy S8/S8 Plus
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- Plug and play, the cable enables you to directly connect a USB-C computer to an HDMI-equipped display. (*Note: Designed for computer only, not for tablets and phones(Except Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus)
- Works with Thunderbolt 3 compatible computers with DP Alt mode such as 2017/ 2016 MacBook Pro, MacBook 2015/2016, ChromeBook Pixel, Dell XPS 15, XPS 13-9350-R1609 13.3" and more.
- Supports resolutions up to 4K(3840*2160) at 60Hz (no lag, more fluidly and flawlessly at 60Hz). Backward compatible with 4K@30Hz, 1080p.
- Fully reversible USB-C interface, gold-plated for providing maximum conductivity and improving the signal transmission.
- What You Get: 1*CHOETECH USB C to HDMI Cable, 18-month Warranty & Friendly Customer Service
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No Adapter, No Converter
CHOETECH USB C to HDMI Cable lets you use the USB-C port on your computer to directly deliver visuals on your HDMI-equipped monitor/HDTV/projector without the need for cumbersome adapters.
Resolutions up to 4K@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.
Plug and Play
Bus-powered and self-powered operation, no external power and driver required with this cable.
Compatible with Windows® OS and Mac® OS 9.X/10.X-10.12.
USB Type C Compatible Devices:
-2017 MacBook Pro
- 2016 MacBook Pro
- 2015/2016 MacBook
- ChromeBook Pixel
- Dell XPS 13-9350-R1609 13.3", XPS 15
- Acer V15 Nitro
- Asus GA-Z170X
- HP EliteBook Folio G1
- Asus ZenBook UX390UAK
- Samsung Notebook 9 900X5L-K01
- Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus
1.It works for Thunderbolt 3 compatible Type-C port only.
2. It is only compatible with computers with DP alt mode, not for USB-C smartphones and tablets, as most of them work with MHL or SlimPort solution.
3. It needs 8-10 seconds for the signal to synchronize from computer with your monitor.
4. 4K resolution requires a 4K equipped source, and 4K display.
For instance, 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.
Top customer reviews
First off, I'm not going to ding the number of stars - it's a good, solid cable, and if you have a device that supports it, it works great. This cable will still work at 30hz at 4k resolutions, and if you've got a monitor with lower resolution than that, you'll be just fine. If you've got a 4k display, make certain that it supports HDMI 2.0! HDMI 1.4 does not support 4k resolution at 60hz, and 30hz will make the whole thing feel laggy and terrible. I'm going to try and do a follow-up test with a display that supports 2.0 if I can get my hands on one.
If you do have a 4k monitor that doesn't support HDMI 2.0, like my Dell display, get this cable instead: https://www.amazon.com/DisplayPort-CHOETECH-Thunderbolt-Compatible-ChromeBook/dp/B01N11K30W
Display port does support these resolutions and refresh rates. It's the one I'm using and it works very well.
Most recent customer reviews
Up until it stopped working it performed great. No flickering or issues until total failure.Read more