SCREEN + | 4K USB-C to HDMI Cable | 1.8m

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A handy way to add a second monitor on a company laptop. Provide you with up to 4K High-resolution Immersive and vivid video between video-enabled USB-C devices and DP Alt Mode devices. This is definitely one of the top USB-C to HDMI cables out there! What you're really paying for here is the durability of the cable.
4K@30Hz High-resolution
Braided Nylon Cable
Advanced Aluminum Case
Indicator shows working status

With this cord, you do not even need a separate HDMI cord!

The cable is flexible and the length is perfect with any excess nicely wrapped and attached to the back of the monitor.

Support Display Port Alt Mode
Compatible with HDMI-capable Monitor / Projector / TV for video and audio transmission.

Good quality for the money. Cheaper than the 60Hz version, the picture quality is indistinguishable from any other HDMI driven screen and the fact it has the HDMI cable built in makes this a no brainer purchase.

Stream protected content from Netflix/ Hulu/ iTunes.

Plug-and-Play Simplicity
No driver or adapter needed. Easy installation and plug and play operation make this an easy choice if Bluetooth or WiFi doesn't work on your system. (Some apps aren't supported but there are work arounds.)

*ONLY works with DisplayPort Alt Mode enabled devices.



Works with Phones

Laptops & Tablets (Updating)

MacBook Pro 2016 and up, MacBook Air 2018 and up, MacBook 2015 and up, Mac mini 2020/2018, iMac 2017 and up, Mac Pro, iMac Pro, iPad mini 6 (2021); iPad Pro 11''/12.9'' 2020/2018, iPad Air 10.9" 2020;

Dell XPS 13/ Dell XPS 15, Latitude 15 5580, Precision 15 (5510); Microsoft Surface Go, Surface Pro 7, Surface Pro X, Surface Book, Surface Book 3, Surface Laptop;

Google Chromebook Pixel, Chromebook, Lenovo Yoga 910, Yoga 720, Yoga 900 13", HP Spectre X360, HP Spectre Convertible; Razer Book, Book 13, Blade;
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S, Tab S8/S7;

And More.


Phones (Updating)

Samsung Galaxy S22 / S21 / S20 / S10 / S9 / S8 ,
Note 20 / Note 10 / Note 9 / Note 8,
Huawei Mate 40 / 30 / 20 / 10,

and more.

Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X 10.6 or later, iPadOS; Linux 2.6.14 or later, Android, and more.


CANNOT charge.
Do Not use it with a hock or hub.
ONLY works with
DisplayPort Alt Mode enabled devices.

CANNOT be converted to DVI or VGA.


SKU - HDM01-30

Warranty: Lifetime Warranty

Resolution:Up to 4K@30Hz, *If your monitor supports up to 2K, this cable works at 60Hz perfectly. Backward compatible.

Connection: USB-C ➡️ HDMI (Standard HDMI port)


❗️*ONLY works with devices which support DisplayPort Alternate Mode.

❗️CANNOT charge.

❗️CANNOT be converted to DVI or VGA.

❗️Does Notsupports HDR.

❗️DO NOT use it with a hock or hub.


DisplayPort Alt Mode (DP Alt Mode) allows a USB-C equipped computer to connect directly to a display or monitor, it is pointing to the USB C port. When you use the USB C port to output HDMI or DP signals, DP ALT Mode is the premise.

USB C Thunderbolt 3 or USB 3.1 Gen 1 / Gen 2 will support DP alt mode, you can check the specifications of your devices.

See more in the COMPATIBILITY.


It is plug and play. No software required. Reached out for our support team when you needed.

Move to your device’s official website to check out whether it support video output function.

If your device is capable of video output, kindly please contact us for free replacement.

Yes, we guarantee a lifetime warranty. If the cable was broken when sending to you, or simply can't be used, we will resend you a new one. For long term service please sign up for our lifetime warranty member.

SURE! This adapter works fine with the MBP 2018 that has Thunderbolt 3. Also perfectly fine with MacBook Air (Late 2018 and newer); iMac (Mid 2017 and newer), iMac Pro; Mac Mini (Late 2018 and newer) and more.

1. Please set on your device (PC/tablet/phone): sound "output device" (TV or monitor)

external speakers when device is docked".

2. Check if the Audio Output Mode of your device is ready.

3. Check if your TV setting for audio is ready.

4. Check if the display needs to change the input source manually.

No problem with my MacBook Air.

By L. Hickman on May 23, 2021