Belkin F2CU049bt2M-BLK 2 m USB-C to USB-C Monitor Cable - Black
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The MHL Alternate Mode lets you project video and play audio on an external display that supports MHL. Keep Thunderbolt in mind when you upgrade if it's not an option for you right now. The high-speed Thunderbolt storage is worth the investment, plus, it cuts down on cables. Select the Start button, then in the search box on the taskbar, type device manager and select Device Manager from the list of results.
USB-C Introduction: What is USB-C DisplayPort (DP Alt Mode) USB-C Introduction: What is USB-C DisplayPort (DP Alt Mode)
Some systems will use a USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 port to output video to an external display. Use the instructions below to configure your system to output video to an external display. Whether you’re looking to buy a new display with a particular connector, or want to identify ones on an older screen, here’s a complete guide to monitor cable types and what they can do. What Are The Different Monitor Cable Types?
Make sure the device or dongle is connected to the USB-C port on your PC that supports the correct Alternate Mode. For example, if you're connecting a Thunderbolt Alternate Mode device, make sure you connect to the USB-C port that supports Thunderbolt™. What you are specifically looking for, then, is a video capable USB-C cable that supports up to the video throughput you need (usually these mention 10Gbps speeds and video, AKA 'alt-mode' support).
A Complete Guide to Monitor Cable Types - Cable Matters A Complete Guide to Monitor Cable Types - Cable Matters
For gamers, HDMI 2.0 doesn't support the FreeSync standard. HDR content is limited to static metadata (the HDR 10 standard) compared to 2.1, which supports dynamic metadata (including HDR10+ and Dolby Vision). These older HDMI 2.0 4K monitors will save you some money, but you'll also lose out on some features.Chargers that don't have a standard USB Type-C connector might use a proprietary, nonstandard connector that your PC (or phone) doesn’t support. Select the Start button, then type device manager and select Device Manager from the list of results.