Thunderbolt 3 to Dual DisplayPort Adaptor
Connect Two 4K Displays or One 5K Display from a Single Thunderbolt 3 Port
Sonnet’s Thunderbolt 3 to Dual DisplayPort Adaptor is certified for use with both Mac® and Windows® Thunderbolt 3 equipped computers, and enables you to connect one or two larger displays to a single Thunderbolt 3 port on your computer. With the adaptor connected, you can connect up to two 4K @ 60Hz DisplayPort (DP) monitors, or one 5K @ 60Hz DP monitor.
Adapts to Your Needs
Although the Sonnet adaptor supports one monitor with a 5120 x 2880 resolution (5K), or two monitors at resolutions up to 4096 x 2160 (4K), you can also use it to connect monitors with lower resolution, like full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) or 1920 x 1200 monitors. This makes it great for use for different home and office workspace applications. And, with built-in audio support, there’s no need for you to connect an additional cable to hear sound from the monitors.
- Connects Up to Two DisplayPort Displays to a Single Thunderbolt 3 Port—Enables connection of two 4K DisplayPort (DP) displays @ 60Hz, or one 5K DP display @ 60Hz to a single Thunderbolt 3 port on your computer(1)
- Compatible with Both Mac and Windows—Thunderbolt certified for use with macOS and Windows computers with Thunderbolt 3 ports(1)(2)
- Enables You to Work More Efficiently—Fill one display with full-screen workspace; use the other for tools, other applications, etc.
- No Power Adaptor Required—Sonnet adaptor draws power from Thunderbolt 3 port
- Backward-compatible with 1080p HD Displays—Great for use for different home and office workspace applications
- Compatible with Active HDMI, DVI and VGA Adaptors—Enables connection of non-DisplayPort displays
- Built In Audio Support—No need to connect additional cables, audio signal passed over DisplayPort connection to display that has audio output capabilities
- Compact and Rugged Design—Portable aluminium enclosure with two DisplayPort connectors
- Won’t Drain System Resources—Unlike USB video adaptors, the Sonnet adaptor makes no impact on your computer’s performance
Whether you need to view your work on a large UHD display or across two displays, or you need to view it with the highest resolution possible, this Sonnet plug-and-play adaptor enables you to work more efficiently. With two displays attached, you can fill one with full-screen workspace, and use the other for tools, other applications, and more.
Convenient – No External Power Adaptor Required
To use it, simply plug in the Sonnet Thunderbolt 3 to Dual DisplayPort Adaptor into one of your computer’s Thunderbolt 3 ports, and connect DisplayPort cables (sold separately) between the adaptor and your monitors. Your computer powers the Sonnet adaptor, so there’s no need to connect an additional power adaptor.
Thunderbolt Certified for Mac® and Windows®(2), the Sonnet Thunderbolt 3-to-Dual DisplayPort Adaptor can be used with the latest and best computers available. If you need to connect a monitor without a DisplayPort (DP) input, the Sonnet dual DisplayPort adaptor is compatible with active DP-to-HDMI, DP-to-DVI, and DP-to-VGA adaptors. And, unlike USB adaptors, the Sonnet adaptor won’t drain system resources that might impact your computer’s performance.
Although Sonnet’s Thunderbolt 3 to Dual DisplayPort Adaptor supports the connection of up to two 4K monitor or one 5K monitor with 60Hz refresh rates, the actual number of monitors it will support, as well as the screen refresh rates, are determined by your computer. Click here to view a list of Thunderbolt 3 hosts (computers) and their capabilities; please note that at any given time this list may not be complete. Click the appropriate Filter by Brand/OEM link, and then find your computer model. Check the centre column to identify its external display support capabilities. If your model is not listed, contact your computer’s manufacturer for information. If “Dual 4K@60Hz” is listed, your computer will also support a 5K monitor @ 60Hz.
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