|Hardware Interface||USB, USB Type C, HDMI, Thunderbolt|
|Compatible Devices||Projector, TV, Monitor, PC|
|Mounting Hardware||MST hub (1)^quick-start guide (1)|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Cable Type||HDMI, USB|
|Number of Ports||2|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Supports Bluetooth Technology||No|
|Item model number||MSTCDP122HD|
|Product Dimensions||6.2 x 5.79 x 1.3 cm; 45.36 Grams|
StarTech.com USB-C to HDMI Adapter - 4K - 2 Port MST Hub - Thunderbolt 3 Compatible - Multi Monitor Splitter - HDMI Splitter
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- Connect two independent displays to a single USB Type-C port
- Maximize your productivity by connecting two independent HDMI 4K displays to your computer using a USB-C video hub
- Connect your USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 computer to two HDMI displays such as televisions monitors or projectors
- Increase external video performance with support for dual monitors with resolutions up to 4K30
- Works with USB C equipped Windows computer systems like ASUS ROG GL752 / Dell XPS 15 & Dell XPS 13 / USB-C to dual HDMI / USB Type-C to HDMI MST hub / USB C HDMI hub / USB C MST hub with 2 HDMI ports / DisplayPort over USB C HDMI / USB C hub / USB-C to HDMI / USB to HDMI converter / Multi monitor / Multi screen / USB to HDMI converter / USB Type C to HDMI / MST DisplayPort / MST hub HDMI / Computer monitor USB / Connect monitor to TV / Dual monitor connector cable / Multiple monitor connector / Computer monitor USB connection/ Thunderbolt 3 compatible
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" This MST hub lets you connect two HDMI monitors to your USB-C computer. MST works on any Windows device that supports DP Alt Mode over USB Type-C, such as models of Dell Precision and Dell XPS laptops and ASUS ROG GL752. The MST hub also works with Thunderbolt 3 ports to provide Thunderbolt 3 to dual HDMI conversion.The USB-C HDMI hub is powered by the USB-C port, so you don't require an additional power adapter. This adapter works with USB Type-C devices that pass a DisplayPort video signal. The newest generations of laptops are more portable than ever. But, this could mean that you’re left with fewer video outputs and confined to your laptop's integrated screen. This USB-C MST hub solves these problems by letting you connect two independent HDMI displays through a USB-C port on your computer, which makes multitasking much easier. Using the MST hub, you can extend your desktop onto additional monitors and stream independent content to each display. This makes it easier to multitask and increase your productivity -- perfect for creating a hot-desk solution with a wireless keyboard and mouse peripheral set. The hub also lets you mirror the same image onto multiple displays, for remote viewing applications such as digital signage. MST technology uses your existing video card to minimize the use of system resources while delivering Ultra HD 4K resolutions. 4K is supported by the latest A/V devices and offers four times the resolution of 1080p. Plus, because the MST hub can output high-definition 1080p, it's perfect for all high-resolution applications such as graphic design and CAD drawing. The MSTCDP123DP Thunderbolt 3 to HDMI MST hub is backed by a StarTech 2-year and free lifetime technical support. "
Dual Monitor Adapter | Windows | Thunderbolt 3 Compatible
Multi-tasking Made Easy
With devices becoming more portable than ever, you can be limited to fewer video outputs and confined to your small integrated screen.
This multi-stream transport hub solves that problem by enabling you to connect two separate displays to your USB-C computer, making multi-tasking much easier.
Using this USB-C to HDMI video splitter, you can mirror your display onto additional monitors or stream independent content to each display, which makes it the ideal accessory for travel or hot-desking.
Astonishing Picture Quality
MST technology uses your existing video card to minimize the use of system resources, while delivering UHD 4K resolutions for two monitors or displays simultaneously.
With support for HD 1080p and UHD 4K the USB-C hub is perfect for all high-resolution applications such as graphic design and CAD drawing.
Multi-stream transport offers an easy setup by natively working on any Windows device that supports DP Alt Mode over USB Type-C.
This USB-C to HDMI hub is Thunderbolt 3 compatible, and offers plug-and-play installation with no drivers or software required.
Additionally, this dual-monitor splitter is powered by the USB-C port, meaning no external power cords are necessary.
|USB-C to HDMI Adapter with 4K 30Hz||USB-C Multiport Adapter with HDMI - USB 3.0 Port - 60W PD||USB-C to 4K HDMI Adapter with USB Power Delivery - 60 Watts||USB-C to HDMI Adapter with HDR - 4K 60Hz||2 m (6 ft.) USB-C to HDMI Cable - 4K at 60 Hz||2-port USB-C to HDMI MST Hub - 4K 30Hz|
|Maximum Resolution||4K 30||4K 30||4K 60||4K 60 with HDR||4K 60||4K30|
|# of Monitors Supported||1||1||1||1||1||2|
|Adapter Type||Adapter||Adapter||Adapter||Adapter||Cable Adapter||Splitter|
|Thunderbolt 3 Compatible||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Cable Length||4.7 inches||4 inches||3.9 inches||3 inches||6.6 feet||12 inches|
|DP Alt Mode||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Other ports||USB-A x 1|
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I am changing my initial review from 1 to 5 on the customer service alone. i had a remote session with tech support the device was faulty and they replaced it. I am using this on both my MAC and X1 laptop. i will buy another product from this company.
Reviewed in the United States on 12 January 2021
However, I'm currently having an issue where one of the monitors won't wake up when it starts receiving signal, so I have to turn it off and turn it back on every time I log into my computer in order to see what's on that screen. I think it has to do with the hub, since I didn't have this problem before, but I haven't looked into it enough to say for certain. Just know, it's possible it won't be as plug-and-play as most users would hope.
This device performs flawlessly. It allows for multiple window usage within Windows, so you truly have two (or three) separate screens in which to put windows for working (or playing).