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HDMI to Mini-HDMI Monitor/TV Cables (Type A to Type C)
Useful for connecting your TV or monitor to a device which has a Mini-HDMI socket rather than a conventional full size HDMI port.
- High quality HDMI to Mini-HDMI cable (Type A to Type C)
- Gold plated contacts for increased conductivity
- Fully moulded connectors for maximum reliability
- Conforms to HDMI version 1.3 standard
- Perfect for Intel NUC monitor/TV connection
HDMI has become a ubiquitous video connection standard in recent years and although its connector is relatively compact, some equipment manufacturers are now using a smaller style “Mini-HDMI” socket on their devices in order to save space. Mini-HDMI is electrically compatible with HDMI, the only difference being the size of the connector. Mini-HDMI is commonly used on small devices such as video camcorders and ultra compact form factor computers such as Intel’s 4th Generation NUC.
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