Insignia NSPD94502 USER.bd0e52c2-e9a8-4aec-b572-3111cf8a1341 Insignia DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter 4K Ultra HD for TV Monitor PC laptop 0600603166884
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Insignia DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter 4K Ultra HD for TV Monitor PC laptop

Insignia DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter 4K Ultra HD for TV Monitor PC laptop

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MPN : [NSPD94502]
Connector A : [DisplayPort Male]
Type : [HDMI Cable]
Connector(s) B : [Hdmi Adapter]
Brand : [Insignia]
Color : [Black]
UPC : [0600603166884]
Cable Length : [Not Applicable]
Connection Split/Duplication : [None (1 : 1)]
Model : [NS-PD94502]
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Insignia DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter 4K Ultra HD for TV Monitor PC laptop


This Insignia™ NS-PD94502 adapter allows you to connect your computer's DisplayPort interface to an HDMI type-A input and supports up to 1920 x 1080p resolution, so you can enjoy sharp visuals.


Connects your computer's DisplayPort interface to an HDMI type-A input

To accommodate your needs.

PC and ABS overmolding with a matte surface

Provides durable housing.

Supports up to 1920 x 1080p resolution

To ensure optimal picture quality.

HDCP, CEC and HPD support

To accommodate your needs.

Customer Reviews

Four and Half Stars
4.9 out of 5 stars based on 14 reviews
Five Stars
UPDATE: ANKER, you just impressed the heck out of me
I have two 4k monitors to WFH with that have 1xDP and 2xHDMI ports on them. I have my gaming PC connected to the Display Ports on the monitors, and all the adapters for HDMI on my MacBook my work provided only support 4k at 30Hz. I got two of these Anker USB C to HDMI Adapters, plugged them into my 2019 MacBook Pro, and now I have dual 4k @ 60Hz. I didn't realize just how big a difference 60Hz is over 30Hz for everyday use, not just gaming. Just moving the mouse around is so much smoother, and scrolling text is so much less fatiguing. Yes, it would be nice to have a hub with a single plug in, to power, USB, and connect my two monitors, but those dumb hubs are expensive, and two extra plugs for this price are absolutely worth it. I don't have to unplug that often anyhow.
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Five Stars
Works as advertised for 4K @ 60 Hz.
Works like a charm with my 2019 Macbook pro to connect an external monitor. I was using a usb-c dock for my hdmi connection before this (one of those docks with like 10 different ports) and the signal would go out often cauaing my monitor to flicker. I tried a few different docks so I assumed it was my monitor. BUT then I tried this adaptor and it fixed the issue so I think that speaks to the quality! Also the physical build quality is quite nice. No complaints.
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Five Stars
Beautiful addition to my MacBook Pro with Dual 4k 60Hz monitors
My work laptop's HDMI port couldn't drive my main display (Sceptre 35" 3440x1440) at 60 Hz, only 29 Hz. And it would often wig out or I'd have to drop the resolution o t2560x1080. I bought this to connect the display up on the Thunderbolt/USB-C port on the laptop and it worked like a charm. Now it's 60 Hz 3440x1440 all the time. And as a bonus, I can probably use this to output from a phone or tablet as well, which is neat.
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Five Stars
Works great with a Macbook Pro
I use this product at work for use with a 4k60Hz monitor for my MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2018, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports) and it works great. I'm able to get 4k at 60Hz with this adapter.
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Five Stars
Worked as expected. Good dongle.
This is exactly what it sounds like. USB-C to HDMI adapter. It works the way it should and it provides the ability to use many USB-C type devices with HDMI monitors. It's small and compact and the braided cable design is fantastic. I love everything about this as an adapter. It even works with Samsung as a Dex adapter. Unlike the Dex stations, your phone won't charge, but you can use it to use Samsung Dex as long as you have battery. There is not a whole lot to say about it other than it does what it sounds like it should do.
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Five Stars
For use with MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2018, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports)
The Anker USB C to HDMI Adapter, Aluminum Portable USB C Adapter, Supports 4K 60Hz works to extend one of my ASUS Chromebox 3's display output across two 55" 4k HDTVs, non-mirrored. This adaptor lets me use the USB C port to send 4K video/audio streaming output to a second HDTV. Plug and play. The 1st HDTV is plugged into the primary HDMI port, using an HDMI-to-HDMI cable. I can simultaneously see two-or-more Chrome windows, spread across the two big screens, with their content magnified to the size where I can see everything clearly. I just drag the open windows between the two 55" 4K Sony HDTVs that I have ceiling-mounted side-by-side. Combined, they are about eight-feet wide and 38" tall.
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Five Stars
Does what it's intended for.
This little gem worked perfectly to broadcast my Samsung S10+ in 2160p the very first time I tried it, fitting easily onto my hdmi cable and into my phone. No issues, whatsoever. I initially bought the Aukey version of this product, and while it was slightly more compact and felt more "solid," it was a pain to pull off the hdmi cable (WAY too tight to the point of compromising my cable connector) and the usb-c connection was way too loose (if you moved it, you lost connection).
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Five Stars
It worked to help me extend my Chromebox 3's display across two 55" 4k HDTVs, non-mirrored.
I plugged it into my Thunderbolt 3 port and it worked on Ubuntu 18.04 out of the box without any drivers. I have a 4K 32 inch LED screen and this adapter managed to output 4K at 60 Hz with absolutely no lag. I also tried it on Kubuntu 18.04 and Neon Linux and all of them worked flawless without any drivers. Then I tested on USB-C 3.0 port and it also worked. I then tried it on my XPS 13 and XPS 15 running Ubuntu and it worked immediately. Very high quality, well built and looks very good with my silver XPS laptops. I took a risk since no one knew if this works on Linux and I am glad it did work. Very happy about the purchase.
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Five Stars
UPDATE: ANKER, you just impressed the heck out of me
This little guy is a solid USB-C to HDMI adapter that will handle a variety of resolutions to a variety of devices. It’s also stylish to boot! Comparison to Other Products Anker (and many others) have quite a few offerings in this area. The main thing you need out of one of these adapters is the ability to flexibly deliver a variety of resolutions to a slew of different devices. As both a college AV technician and a regular presenter at national EdTech conferences, I see a lot of these things fail. The presenters always say, “but this works on my projector!” Of course it does, but this is a whole different scenario! Performance As expected, this product performs great out of the box. I observed solid performance at 1080 and 2160 (4K) out of my Chromebook Flip C302. Conclusion Great adapter that is going to meet your needs, and well worth the money. I have not found any cons yet. I’ll update with some if there are any. I’ve got a conference in Milwaukee next week so we’ll see how it stands up under pressure!
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Five Stars
Solid, Stylish, Flexible
When I first moved into my house, I went a month without internet. My only option was my cell phone. Of course I could tether it to my laptop, but being unsure of any tethering data limit, I wanted to keep this to a minimum. I began looking at adapters such as this for Netflix, but never ended up getting one at the time. So, when this came up a few months later, as a Lightning Deal, I jumped on it. I've tried it on my TV and on an ultra-wide monitor. It works well on both. A couple things to note: 1) It leaves a black border around the edges of the screen. I'm not sure if the Samsung adapter does this or not, as I've never tried it. It may be normal, and it's not too big an issue for me. 2) You may want to start with a fully charged battery. The adapter seems to draw power from the phone, and drains the battery a little faster. Also, since it's taking up your charging port, you won't be able to use a charger at the same time. When I connected it to my TV, through my Yamaha receiver, the phone said it was connected to a charger, but it was not charging, as I watched the battery percentage drop while connected. It works well for, say, watching a movie from Netflix or Disney+, etc, as long as you start with plenty of charge, but you'll probably need to charge your device again afterward. It may work great with a laptop. Maybe I'll try that at a later date, in which case I'll update my review. Edit: the black border on the external display seems to be dependent on the display its connected to. One of my TVs works fine, with only a small border at the left and right edge. The one I had tried before writing the review initially had borders all the way around. But that was an ultra wide, so it probably didn't know how to handle it.
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Five Stars
Small, Easy, Does What It Should
This works pretty good for playing downloaded content from places like Disney+ off an iPad Air 4th gen onto an hdr tv (UHD). Note that ATMOS output doesn't work, and from iTunes even on surround content you'll only get stereo sound...but that in some apps (like HBO MAX) you can get discrete 5.1 PCM output. But let's back up. Why would you want to download content? Well, if your internet connection is not reliable (google "digital divide" or similar concepts; it impacts tens of millions of people in the USA, and hundreds of millions more around the world) downloading versus streaming is critical. This isn't just a "poor people" problem. Plenty of affluent rural communities are underserved, in addition to other demographics. And, of course, if you are traveling and want to watch content on the hotel's TV, or your friend's TV or the TV at the airbnb, this is useful. So, what does this dongle do and what are the limitations? This device enables the iPad settings screen (to adjust video output) with both my LG OLED (2017 model) and my second display (Sony UHD) connected to the other end of it. This settings screen is another section of the settings menus on the iPad itself that shows up ONLY when a compatible dongle is connected to the iPad and that dongle is connected to a compatible display. That settings screen means: I could force everything to be Dolby Vision, or HDR10, or SDR and I could also do the iOS equivalent of TVOS’ features called "match dynamic range" and "match frame rate". BUT Note that the iPad makes you choose BOTH frame rate AND dynamic range for matching. You cannot choose just one like on an Apple TV. Why does that limitation matter? Well, 24p output is super nice with film based content. It gives one more fidelity and fewer artifacts for film based content. And, perhaps even more important, with the iPad Air 4th gen, and possibly some other bandwidth limited devices, 4k output is capped at 30fps.....so this is the only way to get 4k. In other words, this feature is particularly useful because this dongle on the iPad air CANNOT output 4k 60p (60hz). That sound like a big issue at first, but then remember that moves are 4k 24p (24hz)! So as long as the TV accepts that kind of content, you can choose to "match output" and be okay......mostly. What's the problem? Well, the way the dongle and or the ipad handle HDR output is the problem. Read below to understand more, but in short it would be REALLY HELPFUL to be able to "match frame rate" and NOT also have to "match dynamic range". TVOS lets you choose one or both. Unfortunately, ipad OS (iOS) does not allow for that separation. So, in my testing, I could output 4k hdr at 24p to both displays. 60hz output was limited to 1080p but hdr would still work with the content I tried. So if you really want HDR (which is a little wonky, see below) and can use 24p ouput for whatever reason, that's something of an option. HOWEVER: The Dolby Vision output is wonky or somehow otherwise non standard. The OLED didn’t recognize it as hdr 2020. It tried to use sdr gamma, and the colors were completely wrong, such as black was displayed as red. Solution? Forcing DV content to be output as hdr10 solved it......sort of. The problem (you have already guess this?) is that to force DV content to output at HDR10 content, you have to TURN OFF the "match content" setting......and that means that you are turning off the 24p frame rate......and now the ipad and dongle are outputting 60p.......and that means you cannot output 4k any longer, just 1080p! So, you can get HDR10 output onto a 2017 LG OLED but only at 60hz, and 1080p. HOWEVER: Another DV capable display (SONY) didn’t mind the DV content but perhaps not all profiles of DV work on the iPad output because it automatically output DV as hdr10 even with match content enabled and a Sony DV display. This is important to note. Apparently either the ipad air 4th gen or the dongle do NOT support the so called player led Dolby Vision profile (which is required by my Sony)...... The good news? Since you have selected match content, even though the ipad and dongle decide to output DV as HDR10, you have the 24p output still......so you get the full 4k resolution of the downloaded content. Not a perfect solution but workable. VERY BIG CAVEAT: This dongle (or the ipad based on this dongle) forced Atmos audio in downloaded iTunes content to be 2 channel audio output from the iPad Air 4th gen. This is a big caveat if you are wanting to hear surround sound. However these appears to be support for 5.1 content in some apps like HBO now. So YMMV. In summary, this is a well priced dongle. It appears to offer the key features that the overpriced Apple branded dongle offers. I'm giving it four stars because it would have been nice for Anker to provide more details about what is and is not supported, rather than users have to experiment themselves.
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Four Stars
Sort of works to get 4k hdr out of an iPad Air 4th gen (not DV and not ATMOS from iTunes)
Good news - This is a great product and I used it for about a year with my 2018 MacBook Pro with 3 Viewsonic 2770 27" monitors - no problems. Bad news - I recently upgraded to a 2017 iMac Pro with Vega 64 GPU and used these same adapters with the same monitors and unfortunately I consistently get kernel panics resulting in MacOS crashing. It happens 1-2 times each day. I have done as much troubleshooting as I can (changing HDMI cables, adapters, checking kernel extensions, uninstalling programs etc) and it only occurs when I have my external monitors connected using these adapters. I ended up having to purchase USB-C to DVI adapters from another company to prevent the kernel panics. To Anker's credit, they do not list the iMac nor iMac Pro as being supported in the production information however I removed 1 star because several customers have said it worked with their iMacs just fine and Anker should list specifically which iMac models are supported and which are not to avoid confusion.
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Five Stars
Excellent!
I have now purchased almost two dozen products from this company. Almost every one of them has blown me away. This one is no different. It comes well packaged and like all the others, it appears to be very high quality. Even though my television is only a year old, it does not support Airplay. For some reason, Sony only likes to support Android. A few models recently added a software update for Apple but mine still does not have it. I love my Sony televisions and have almost exclusively owned the brand so I am stuck. I tried a few apps to cast my iPad to the tv and they were terrible. I finally decided to used a wired connection. That required this connector. There were some cheaper versions but once I saw the Anker version, I bought it immediately. I plugged in an HDMI cable to the connector and the picture on my tv screen was so much better than I expected based on the wireless apps I had tried. I have the newest iPad Pro and the screen is one of the best I have ever seen. My tv is also close to the top of the line for Sony. I was blown away by the quality of the picture on the tv with the wired connection from my iPad. I’m not sure how much of that was the tv or the iPad but clearly this connector has something to do with the picture quality as it takes the info from the iPad and converts the picture and sound into the HDMI cable. I couldn’t be more pleased with this item. While the wired connection is a bit inconvenient, it seems to be the best way to go. The major downside is you cannot charge the iPad at the same time.
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Five Stars
Works well for dual monitor on new M1 Mac Mini
I have a Macbook Pro and a loaded Dell laptop. The Dell puts out 30hz from its HDMI port, and the Macbook Pro with a multifunction usb-c dock does the same. 30hz is a cheap circuit, and I think the manufacturers estimate that nobody is going to notice. I got a couple of these to plug directly into the USB_C ports and now have 60hz on a 4k monitor, which has a distinctly smoother feel. The only issue I found with the Anker adapter is that the USB-C connector does not click and hold tightly to the port. If I move the laptop (closed lid) over, I have to hold the cable in place so that it does not slip out. If it does, the laptop will have fits for 2 minutes while it figures out if there's a monitor out there.
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