CableCreation 90 Degree
The CableCreation 90 Degree makes it possible to eliminate the need for an adapter entirely. It’s available in four right-angle designs, the correct choice of which will fit into the tightest of spaces behind your TV while keeping your cord flush and neat.
- Comes in lengths of 6 to 15 feet
- Doesn't work with thunderbolt 1 or 2
- Limited to 30 hertz at 4k
The Gofanco Adapter offers a handful of auxiliary video connectors for systems that still use the first- or second-generation standard. It adds DVI and VGA plugs to support a wide range of modern, recent, and legacy monitors.
- Gold plating resists corrosion
- Transmits better-than-hd resolutions
- Doesn't work with thunderbolt 3
When you want to use a second display but have only one port free on your laptop, the Lention Hub can come to the rescue. It also has four USB Type-A sockets suitable for a wide range of peripherals, as well as standard and microSD card readers.
- Comes in three colors
- Nearly universal compatibility
- Ultra hd is limited to 30 hertz
Cable Matters 101001
Some 2-in-1s and notebooks use Mini DisplayPort as their auxiliary video output, and the Cable Matters 101001 is the inline adapter that will let all of those last-generation, but still powerful, devices send an uncompressed image to any digital TV.
- Supports dolby surround sound
- Not very expensive
- Can only display up to 1080p
The 6-foot ChoeTech 1201BK keeps you from needing a separate dongle and cable, adding convenience and also saving you money. Its connector is at a 90-degree angle, which helps prevent the cord from cluttering up your desk and getting in the way.
- Braided nylon exterior
- Premium aluminum housing
- Compatible with the ipad pro
CalDigit Mini Dock
Able to make the most of the protocol’s 40-gigabit-per-second ceiling, the CalDigit Mini Dock features dual multimedia outputs, two USB Type-A sockets, plus a gigabit Ethernet jack, and is engineered to work with both MacOS and Windows.
- Refresh rate up to 60 hertz
- Maximum resolution of 4096 by 2160
- Costs quite a bit
Cable Matters 201062
About as straightforward as they get, the Cable Matters 201062 comes in lengths of three, six, or ten feet. Its lead goes from a USB-C port with DisplayPort compatibility to the display, and promises to stay in both sockets securely.
- Well-shielded against interference
- Certified for many dell laptops
- Available in black or white
One benefit of these modern connectors is their versatility, which is where the Anker PowerExpand+ really shines. In addition to the 4K-ready multimedia output, it includes a bevy of helpful features, like dual USB 3.0 ports and readers for both types of SD card.
- Gigabit ethernet port
- Usb type-c passthrough
- 48 watts of power delivery
Taking full advantage of the ultra-fast connector standard, the Sabrent TH-W3H2 features dual HDMI 2.0 outputs each capable of Ultra HD resolutions at 60 hertz. It is a bit costly, but it’s one of the highest-performing on the market.
- Plug-and-play installation
- Works with modern macbooks
- Durable aluminum body
The Uni F01 is a simple dongle that will meet the needs of most users. There’s not a lot to it, and what there is should last a long time without shorting out, thanks to durable, braided-nylon insulation and a solid aluminum casing.
- Fits in a pocket
- Straightforward and reliable
- Doesn't cost very much