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  • Extend the Use of Older Display Monitors If you already have a display monitor that suits your needs, extend its use by connecting your new MacBook, MacBook Pro or any other USB-C equipped computer with our USB-C to VGA adapter. Be Ready to Present Use the EZQuest USB-C to VGA Adapter to take with you for presentations. You can rest assured that you are ready to present no matter your host’s projector type. Increase Productivity or Gaming Environment Add a second monitor or mirror your display to multi-task. No need to flip back and forth between programs on one display; have different programs open on each display. Enjoy Graphics on a Larger Screen Connect your new USB-C computer to larger VGA-equipped display to watch movies, play games, or display photos. Anodized Aluminum Sleeve Design EZQuest’s sleek cable design is precision-engineered with anodized aluminum sleeves on each end of the cable to minimize electromagnetic interference (EMI) from other nearby electronics for pristine picture quality.
  • HDMI 4K, 100 Watts USB-C Power Delivery, USB 3.0 Stream, Connect, and Charge The EZQuest USB-C Multimedia Charging Adapter connects your MackBook's USB-C ready computers, smartphones and tablets USB-C port to an HDMI display, while also connecting a standard USB device and a USB-C charging cable. Charge, stream movies in full 4K HDMI, and stay connected with your standard USB port all at once. Full Video Quality Mirror your MacBook display to your HDMI display in up to 1080p at 60Hz or UHD (3840x2160) at 30Hz. It also outputs video content such as movies and home videos. Simply connect the adapter to the USB-C port on your MacBook and then to your TV or projector via an HDMI cable (sold separately). Stay Connected, Stay Charged Use the standard USB 3.0 ports to connect devices such as your flash drives, camera, external hard drives or a USB cable for syncing and charging your iPhone, iPod and more. It also has Power Delivery charging thru the USB-C port for your MacBook or MacBook Pro’s.
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