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Tripp Lite

Tripp Lite P571-003-Mini High-Speed Hdmi To Mini Hdmi Cable With Ethernet (M/M), 3 Ft.

SKU: P571-003-MINI

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          High-Speed HDMI to Mini HDMI Cable with Ethernet (M/M), 3 ft.

          Tripp Lite P571-003-MINI High-Speed HDMI to Mini HDMI Cable with Ethernet (M/M), 3 ft.. Cable length: 1 m, Connector 1: HDMI Type C (Mini), Connector 2: HDMI Type A (Standard), Connector contacts plating: Gold, Product colour: Black

          Tripp Lite's three-foot HDMI to Mini-HDMI cable allows you to connect digital cameras, camcorders and other digital devices with the Mini-HDMI connector directly to your standard HDMI-enabled TV. This cable offers the same baseline performance as standard high-speed HDMI cables (including 1080p video resolution), plus an additional dedicated data channel, known as the HDMI Ethernet Channel, for device networking. HDMI Ethernet Channel functionality is only available if both linked devices are HDMI Ethernet Channel-enabled. Cable supports not only the Ethernet component, but also 3D and Audio Return Channel.

          Connects Mini-HDMI and HDMI Devices
          Recommended for mobile users who want a cable that can easily pack away in a backpack, laptop bag or camera bag
          Ideal for connecting a mini-HDMI camcorder, digital camera or tablet to an HDMI display

          High Performance and Wide Compatibility
          Supports HD video resolutions up to 1080p
          Superior Quality Ensures a Flawless Signa
          24K gold-plated connectors and contacts for maximum conductivity and minimum data loss
          Integral strain relief protects cable and connectors from stress and cracking
          Foil and braid shielding protects against EMI/RFI line noise that can distort or destroy data
          Flexible PVC jacket easy to install in tight spaces


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