Atlona HDMI to Mini DisplayPort Converter and Scaler for Apple Displays AT-DP300

  • 24-inch Apple LED users. The AT-DP300 is capable of accepting any incoming resolution up to 1080p through HDMI input and scale the output to the native and highest resolution of Apple 24-inch LED display which is 1920×1200
  • 27-inch Apple LED users. The AT-DP300 is capable of accepting any incoming resolution up to 1080p through HDMI input and scale the output to 720p on the Mini DisplayPort output.
  • 27-inch iMac users. The AT-DP300 is capable of accepting any incoming resolution up to 1080p through HDMI input and scale the output to 720p on the Mini DisplayPort output.
  • 27-inch 2011 iMac with Thunderbolt users. AT-DP300 will not support 2011 27-inch iMac with Thunderbolt connection.
  • Dell, HP, Asus, other non-Apple display users. The AT-DP300 is capable of accepting any incoming resolution up to 1080p through HDMI input and scale the output to all resolutions up to 1920×1200.

The all new Atlona AT-DP300 is an HDMI to Mini DisplayPort Converter and Scaler, a perfect gadget which allows users connecting HDMI related sources such as PS3, Xbox 360, Apple TV, Cable or Satellite Receivers and Blu-Ray Players to new Apple Displays and Computers, e.g., Apple 24-inch LED, Apple 27-inch LED and Apple 27-inch iMac. The device also works with non-Apple displays, e.g., HP, Dell, and others; however Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort adapter will be required. The AT-DP300 is capable of accepting any incoming resolution up to 1080p through HDMI input and convert/scale the output up to 1920×1200.

The reason why it is limited to 720p on the 27-inch iMac and LED is because 27-inch iMac and 27-inch LED are only capable of 3 resolutions 800×600, 1280×720 or 2560×1440 and since the DP300 can only go up to 1920×1200 (which is below 2560×1440), it will switch to the next resolution down which is 1280×720 (720p).

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