​Kensington Video adapters

Designed for 4K ultra HD and two for traditional HD
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Kensington’s six new video adapters include four adapters designed for 4K ultra HD and two for traditional HD. The VU4000 4K video adapter with USB 3.0 to HDMI connection plugs into a USB 3.0 port on a laptop to connect to the HDMI video cable. The VU4000D 4K video adapter with USB 3.0 to DisplayPort connection plugs into a USB 3.0 port on a laptop to connect to the DisplayPort video cable. Both adapters allow users to view their content in ultra HD on a monitor, projector, or TV and to either mirror their laptop screen or extend it for increased productivity. The VM4000 and VP4000 4K video adapters give users an easy way to upgrade their laptop without the need for a 4K graphics card. The VM4000 simply plugs into either the Mini DisplayPort on a laptop and connects to the HDMI video cable of a monitor, projector, or TV to display content in Ultra HD; the VP4000 does the same through a standard DisplayPort. The VM1000 and VM2000 video adapters help display the same content that is on a laptop screen, on a monitor or a projector. The VM1000 adapter plugs into the Mini DisplayPort commonly found on laptops and then plugs into the video cable for the VGA port on a monitor or projector. The VM2000 provides a simple Mini DisplayPort to an HDMI connection. 

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