People from OWC today have new accessories that could prove useful for Mac users. The new Dual DisplayPort adapter from OWC uses the latest DisplayPort 1.4 technology to convert one Thunderbolt port on your Mac (or iPad Pro) into two DisplayPort connections for external monitors.
With the new OWC Thunderbolt Dual DisplayPort adapter, you’ll be amazed when your eyes see up to the 8K resolution provided by the OWC Thunderbolt Dual DisplayPort adapter. Using the latest DisplayPort 1.4 technology, this high-performance adapter delivers up to 4x higher resolution than DisplayPort 1.2. All you need is one Thunderbolt port to connect, and the compact size and convenience of this wonder’s bus drive will open up a world of possibilities.
Significantly, the Dual DisplayPort adapter is powered via a bus, so there are no external power supplies here. This makes it easy to carry on the go, whether it’s a MacBook or an iPad Pro with Thunderbolt to connect to up to two external screens.
Here are the full specifications:
- Single display up to 8K @ 30Hz or 8K @ higher than 30Hz with DSC
- Dual screen up to 4K @ 60Hz, 4K @ 144Hz with DSC or 8K with DSC
- See it all: watch videos, play games, create clear walls with digital signage, and make eye-catching presentations on a DisplayPort screen or projector
- Full display potential: DSC compatible (display compression) for higher refresh rates
- Stunning visuals: HDR for sharper images, brighter colors and higher contrast
- Listen more: Supports high-definition multi-channel digital audio formats
- Energy efficient: Achieve high resolutions on two screens without depleting system resources
- Protected: 1 year OWC Limited Warranty
As always, keep in mind that MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini and iPad machines using the new Apple M1 chip only support one external display via Thunderbolt due to M1 limitations.
The new Dual DisplayPort adapter is available to order today from the OWC website for $ 78.
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