DISPLAY ++ | USB-C to DisplayPort Cable | 1m / 1.8m / 3m

Provide you up to 4K (3840 x 2160) @60Hz immersive digital display connection between USB-C gaming devices and DP-enabled TVs,  gaming monitors, and more. Let you achieve max resolution. Support MST Daisy Chaining. 


External Monitors with USB-C to DisplayPort Cable


High-Performance for Professional

Ultra-HD video resolution

DP 1.2 High-def Performance, up to 4K(3840 x 2160)@60Hz, 2K@165Hz

HDCP 2.2 Compatible

Stream protected content from Netflix / Hulu / iTunes / Direct TV and more.

Next-generation display interface

Minimizing cable clutter and extending the range of monitors from the source system.
Enhance work productivity with the next-generation display interface.
Use two monitors simultaneously (M1 Macs user please notice the Quick User Guide).

*Extend/Mirror Mode for any use cases.
*MST Daisy Chaining:Support connecting a monitor directly to another monitor using DP to PD Cable.

Why choose a cable that supports 4K@60Hz?

gif showing the difference between 30Hz and 60Hz - 30Hz

24 FPS in Gemini Man

First, you have to know about the difference between 4K@30Hz and 4K@60Hz.

It basically means the pixels in the screen will update twice as fast. Means that when the content is moving fast like on a game or sports that it will be sharper.

uni USB-C to HDMI 4K@60Hz Cable is ideal to get the most out of your new 4K displays.

gif showing the difference between 30Hz and 60Hz - 60Hz

60 FPS in Gemini Man

*Remember that frame rate (FPS) is how many frames your computer is producing or drawing, while the refresh rate (Hz) is how many times the monitor is refreshing the image on the screen. 

The refresh rate of your monitor does not affect the frame rate. Generally speaking, 60Hz is the minimum for a good quality, solid experience from a monitor.