Mini DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 UHD

So I have been trying to buy this adapter for months because Club3D ran out of stock, So just a couple a weeks ago I saw this available on Amazon, so I quickly bought one for my Surface Pro 4, for $30 US dollars plus shipping to Australia.


So you’re asking why did I buy it? Well in one of my previous posts, I blogged about my new 41.5 inch Ultra High Definition (UHD) TV which I am currently using as a monitor, but I was able to get the max resolution of 3840 x 2160 at 30Hz refresh rate. This resolution was just okay for coding and general use. But the problem appears when I’m trying to play some of the games I have in full screen with the max resolution, the game gets really slow.


This is an active adapter which will convert the Mini DisplayPort 1.2 signal to HDMI 2.0 with 60Hz. So now playing all the games in full resolution is awesome, everything runs really smooth and streaming games from my Xbox One.

Click Here if you want to buy one of these from Amazon.


41.5 inch UHD 4K TV as a Monitor

So I made the move and bought myself a really cheap 41.5 inch UHD 4K LCD TV from Dick Smith for $449 AUD while it was on special, then the next day I checked the priced it went up to $599 AUD.


So the reason I bought this TV is to use it as a monitor replacement for my dual 24 inch Full HD LCD setup. The TV was extremely light, I had no problems unboxing it by myself and inside it came with a standard remote and stand. The TV has 3 HDMI inputs and only 1 HDMI 2.0 port that can do UHD 4K at 60Hz 3840 x 2160 resolution. (more…)