This is one of the shortest and easiest reviews we’ve ever done. It’s nice when something works as intended without needing to consult a manual or research how to use it. Meet the Accell DisplayPort to HDMI 2.0 adapter, and it works exactly as described. I plugged it into a full-size DisplayPort on my docking station at work, then added my own HDMI cable on the other end. No fuss, no issues, just a perfectly clear 1080p display.
The adapter supports full 4k (4096×2160@60hz and 8 bit color), and is 6″ long. The female HDMI port on the adapter makes it easy for me to use my own HDMI cable of any length. All in all, it’s a no fuss cable that has a great quality feel to it. Not a single Accell cable or adapter has failed me yet, which speaks to the build quality. Check out our video review for full impressions on the product and an unboxing.
Price: $37.99 MSRP (US)
- Compliant to HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2a versions
- HDMI 2.0 data rates to 18Gbps, DisplayPort 1.2a to 5.4Gbps/lane
- Resolution up to 4096×2160 @60Hz, 8-bit color
- 3D video support up to 1080p @120Hz
- Supports content protection formats HDCP 1.4 and HDCP 2.2
- Audio support up to 8 channels LPCM @32kHz
- Supports RGB up to 12 bpc, YCbCr4:4:4 -4:2:2 -4:2:0 up to 12 bpc
- Self-powered, no external power
- DisplayPort Video Output
- DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter
- User Guide
Warranty: 2-Year Replacement
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