USB-C to Displayport Cable


USB-C to Displayport Cable

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USB C to DisplayPort Cable (4K@60Hz), uni Thunderbolt 3 to DisplayPort Cable for MacBook Pro 2017/2016, Dell XPS 15/13, iMac, Surface Book 2, Pixelbook, Galaxy Book and More - Gray

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We designed this Displayport Cable for customers who needs something other than HDMI connections
— uniAccessories


  • 【Plug & Play】- Plug-and-play, no adapter or driver/software required. Drive one or two DisplayPort monitors/displays, up to 4K@60Hz resolution, for both video and audio transfer

  • 【For DisplayPort Displays】- Connect your USB-C(Thunderbolt 3 compatible) computers with DisplayPort Displays. Compatible with Clamshell Mode for Mac OS and Multi-Stream Transport (MST) for Windows

  • 【Reliable & Friendly Design】- Braided nylon cable for extra durability and user-friendly non-slip design for easier plug and unplug. Premium Aluminium Alloy casing for better heat insulation

  • 【Wide Compatibility】- Compatible with MacBook Pro, iMac, Dell XPS 15/13, Surface Book 2, Pixelbook, Galaxy Book, and many others

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-6ft/1.8m or 3ft/0.9m, Aluminium, Space Gray


-DP 1.2, up to 4K@60Hz


-HDCP 2.2, compatible with Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, and many others





Q: Does it work with smartphone or tablets?

A: Most smartphones DOES NOT support, except for Samsung S8/S9, HTC U11, and few others. Would recommend checking the specs of your smartphone or tablet first. If it supports Video Out through USB-C/Type-C, then YES


Q: What's the max. resolution support for this cable?

A: Supported resolutions and refresh rates of the cable 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


Q: Stream Netflix/Hulu/Amazon Prime with this cable?

A: YES, this cable is HDCP compatible, so fully compatible for streaming protected content


Q: What's the difference between this one and the uni USB-C to HDMI Cable?

A: HDMI is widely used for TVs, Monitors, and Projectors. While, Displayport is more for Monitors or Displays


Q: Can it do 144Hz - 165Hz plus at 1440p?

A: YES; The protocol for this DP cable is DP1.2; According to Wiki, DP1.2 supports 144Hz~165Hz at 1440p. So, no problem


Q: Can I use 2 cables to connect 2 Displayport monitors from 2 different thunderbolt 3 ports on my MacBook Pro 2017 without mirroring?

A: YES. You can use two monitors with two cables at the same time from two Thunderbolt 3