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Belkin F2CU049bt2M-BLK 2 m USB-C to USB-C Monitor Cable - Black

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Qualcomm says it's fine to fast-charge your phone over USB-C". Engadget. Archived from the original on 2017-10-24 . Retrieved 2017-10-23. When using USB-C to attach most monitors, you are in fact using DisplayPort-protocol-over-USB-C - that is, the connection is functionally and electrically equivalent to a more traditional DisplayPortconnection, but the physical connector is USB-C. Currently, DisplayPort is the most widely implemented alternate mode, and is used to provide video output on devices that do not have standard-size DisplayPort or HDMI ports, such as smartphones and laptops. All Chromebooks with a USB-C port are required to support DisplayPort alternate mode in Google's hardware requirements for manufacturers. [75] A USB-C multiport adapter converts the device's native video stream to DisplayPort/HDMI/VGA, allowing it to be displayed on an external display, such as a television set or computer monitor. Mills, Chris (2015-11-16). "A Google Engineer Is Publicly Shaming Crappy USB-C Cables". Archived from the original on 2017-10-24 . Retrieved 2017-10-23. MHL Alternate Mode reference design for superMHL over USB Type-C". AnandTech.com. 2016-03-15. Archived from the original on 2017-06-04 . Retrieved 2015-06-18.

Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile support USB3.1, USB-C, alternate modes, billboard device class, Power Delivery and USB Dual-Role. [69] [70] Indeed, the UCB-C video cable allows you to connect your laptop or phone to televisions or monitors. With it, you can watch videos on your TV or play games on your monitor. You can also use the cable to show photos or videos from your phone onto your big screen. HDMI adapter vs. USB-C Video cable – what’s better? To get this working, though, you need to be very careful with cable selection. If your monitor comes with a USB-C cable, then this is the obvious choice of cable to use, and should 'just work'. However not every monitor comes with every cable. Hruska, Joel (2015-03-13). "USB-C vs. USB 3.1: What's the difference?". ExtremeTech. Archived from the original on 2015-04-11 . Retrieved 2015-04-09. If you want to combine the graphics outputs of your motherboard and your dedicated graphics card, this can be possible with certain Intel processors. This uses a “hybrid multi-monitor” mode but will be dependent on the chipset and possibly the motherboard used. You might also need to upgrade the BIOS to get it working. Intel lists the following chipsets as compatible in this hybrid mode: Hybrid multi-monitor support is officially supported with Intel Embedded Graphics Drivers for systems using the Intel Q45/G41/G45 and GM45/GL40/GS45 chipsets, or later. How to get 144Hz: Which cable is needed for 144Hz?

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Obviously, as a charge cable it’s terrible for data transfer and can’t drive Thunderbolt devices nor your monitor, but as a charging cable it’s excellent. Other protocols like Ethernet [49] have been proposed, although Thunderbolt 3 and later are also capable of 10 Gigabit Ethernet networking. [50] IEC 62680-1-3:2018 (2018-05-24, edition 3.0) "Universal serial bus interfaces for data and power – Part 1-3: Common components – USB Type-C Cable and Connector Specification" [23] A newer 1.3 and 1.4 version, that both have a maximum data rate of 25.92 Gbits/sec, are both becoming more widely available. With the increased bandwidth capabilities, it opens up the floodgates to higher resolutions such as 7,680 x 4,320 (8K). Active cables and adapters contain powered electronics to allow for longer cables or to perform protocol conversion. The adapters for video Alternate Modes may allow conversion from native video stream to other video interface standards (e.g., DisplayPort, HDMI, VGA or DVI).

IEC 62680-1-4:2018 | IEC Webstore". webstore.iec.ch. Archived from the original on 2022-05-01 . Retrieved 2018-11-03.Under most circumstances, you can get away with using whichever cable you have lying around – and whatever works – but if you have more specific needs, such as carrying audio, displaying a higher resolution or outputting a higher refresh rate for gaming, you’ll need to be more discerning with your choice of cable. One common charging solution for all". Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs - European Commission. 2016-07-05. Archived from the original on 2021-10-19 . Retrieved 2021-10-19. The other aspect to consider is the charging side of the cable. You definitely don't want a 'charging cable' that only supports USB-2 speeds (480 Mbps), and power charging. These look identical, but are really much simpler cables, are usually the cheaper options, and are not suitable for video connections. I.e. they will NOT work as video cables. When an active set of USB-C headphones or adapter is used, digital audio is sent through the USB-C port. The conversion by the DAC and amplifier is done inside of the headphones or adapter, instead of on the phone. The sound quality is dependent on the headphones/adapter's DAC. Active adapters with a built-in DAC have near-universal support for devices that output digital and analog audio, adhering to the Audio Device Class 3.0 and Audio Adapter Accessory Mode specifications. This cable is for people who are looking for a high-quality video connection between their laptops and TVs or projectors.

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