Belkin USB-C to HDMI & Charge Adapter (AVC002BTBK)

Model Number: AVC002btBK
Web Code: 14682449

Belkin USB-C to HDMI & Charge Adapter

Overview

Connect to external displays and charge your devices at the same time with the Belkin USB-C to HDMI and Charge Adapter. This plug-and-play adapter connects a laptop or tablet through the USB-C port, which in turn provides a HDMI display port and USB-C power port. Its flexible profile makes it ideal for classrooms, conferences, and trade shows.

Overview

Connect to external displays and charge your devices at the same time with the Belkin USB-C to HDMI and Charge Adapter. This plug-and-play adapter connects a laptop or tablet through the USB-C port, which in turn provides a HDMI display port and USB-C power port. Its flexible profile makes it ideal for classrooms, conferences, and trade shows.

  • Plug-and-play operation works well with both Mac and Windows laptops, tablets, and other devices
  • HDMI supports up to 3840 x 2160 resolution at 60Hz for viewing high-quality 4K video
  • 60W of pass-through power provides reliable charges for a longer period
  • Flexible design comes in handy for classrooms, conferences, trade shows, and more

Connectivity

End Type #1
USB-C
End Type #1 Female Or Male
Male
End Type #2
HDMI
End Type #2 Female Or Male
Female
End Type #3
USB-C
End Type #3 Female Or Male
Female

Ports

Number of USB Ports (Total)
1
Number of USB Type-C Ports
1
USB Power Delivery (USB-PD)
Yes
Number of HDMI Outputs
1
Built-in Memory Card Reader
No
Headphone Jack
No

Features

In-Wall Rated
No
Wireless Charging
No
Colour Family
Black
Cable Length (m)
0.18 m
Cable Length (ft)
0.59 ft
Quantity
1
  • USB-C to HDMI
  • Charge Adapter

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Rating Breakdown

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64

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24

Reviewer Recommendation

90%

Of the 434 reviewers who responded, 390 would recommend this product.

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  • Ideal for phone dependent individuals
    Reviewed by Goncho - July 15, 2020

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] >> Summary Overall, a convenient way to expand your mobile device with a bigger screen where wireless connectivity is not available (or not desired). You can expand your USB-C laptop with a 4k screen, and you can expand your phones to a 4k screen while also being able to charge them. - Favorable: video quality as promised, at 4k resolution video looks outstanding (well depending also on the device graphics capabilities). Charging option for your phone a plus. - Not-so-favorable: this is no inherently to the device, but your mobile device should be able to output HDMI through USB-C. >> One setup/configuration ideal for this device After trying different scenarios/configurations, I see that one that would use the full features of the Belkin USB-C to HDMI/Charge is when the user uses their phone as the primary mobile device (i.e. phone dependent person) and wants to see some of their favorite shows while doing something else. For example, my wife usually follows cooking shows on her cell phone in the kitchen while doing pastries and others, and sometimes wishes she had a bigger screen phone; then the Belkin USB-C to HDMI/Charger came to the rescue, now she can have a TV near the counter (or anywhere in the kitchen) and she can follow her shows on the bigger screen and also is able to respond to her messages on her phone without running out of battery (by connecting to a power source). >> Devices tried I tried the Belkin device with multiple portable USB-C devices: - Surface Tablet: I tried video capabilities using a 4k monitor, video quality just outstanding. - Huawei P20: I tried video and charging capabilities with a 4K TV. The Belkin ended up as the perfect peripheral for the Huawei P20, the picture quality delivered was great, audio outstanding, charging with no issues, and software support just perfect. I could use the control pad to control the screen, or I could be using other apps in the small phone screen while there would be video showing on the bigger screen (very neat). - Lumia 950XL (yes a Windows Phone): I tried video and charging using a 4k monitor and 4k TV. Video looked as good as the source device would produce, so it wasn’t that great the end result on the 4k screens, but still a great improvement to have a bigger surface. though. Charging didn’t work as expected, I had to have the power connected and then restart the Lumia for it to start charging, otherwise it wouldn’t charge. - Sony Experia XZ2: wouldn’t work at all, it wouldn’t charge nor would output any video. There was no way to change the settings, even updating to the latest Android version and updating the Sony software. Then I learnt that it cannot output HDMI from the USB-C, so the Belkin USB-C to HDMI/Charger was useless for the device (or vice-versa). >> Not-tested The device is said to be Thunderbolt 3 compatible. I haven’t tested that capability as I don’t own devices with such ports.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Charges devices while presenting. Works well.
    Reviewed by dorkhead2 - July 12, 2020

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This dongle works as designed. I was able to connect it to the USB-C port on my Samsung Galaxy S10 phone, 10-inch Galaxy S4 tablet, and 15-inch Dell laptop (see pics). With the use of an HDMI cable (not included), I was able to display all three devices on my TV. And because the dongle has an additional USB-C port for charging, I was able to charge the device while presenting. Charging is accomplished by using the charging adapter and USB-C cable that came with your device. So instead of plugging the cable directly into your device, you plug it into the dongle, then plug the dongle into your device. There are plenty of after market chargers out there that can be used to charge your devices, but keep in mind that the dongle allows up to 60-watts of power to pass through it. Meaning, it can easily keep your Andriod phone and iPhone charged, as well as an Andriod tablet and iPad, and many laptops that require 60 watts or fewer. The notable exceptions are the latest MacBook Pros laptops that come with an 87-watt charger, as well as power-hungry gaming PCs. While a 60-watt charger can charge a MacBook pro, it may not be enough to power it properly when in use. There is a chance that the device will continue to drain, albeit slower, if your running resource intensive programs. Still, it won’t stop you from using the dongle to output your display to an external monitor, TV, or projector. This is a quality accessory with the added bonus of powering your device up to 60-watts. On top of that, it can also handle 4K video. And just in case anyone is wondering, it cannot be used with a Nintendo Switch. It wasn’t designed for that. I tested it on my Switch just to double check, and the Switch wouldn’t recognize the dongle, therefor it didn’t send a video signal to my TV. The dongle was designed for laptop computers, tablets, and phones with a USB-C connection. Just make sure your device is designed to output video through it’s USB-C connection.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Very convenient, well built
    Reviewed by emiliosic - July 9, 2020

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Had very good previous experience with Belkin products and this adapter is as good as it gets. The adapter supports HDMI up to 4K x 60 Hz and USB-C power delivery (60 Watts). I'm using it on my work MacBook with Thunderbolt 3 connection, and I'm able to drive a 16:10 monitor with perfect image and sound while at the same time charging it (Using only one port on the computer). I also used it with a 4K TV, also with seamless results. The computer is able to detect the TV capabilities (resolution, size), i.e. EDID information, so the adapter is able to perform 2-way communications. Power delivery works with up to 60 Watts. Also used it with a Dell PC that has an USB-C display port and worked jus fine with this adapter as well. It should also work with iPad Pros that have an USB-C connector for display out while charging. If I have to pick something on this is that it's shell is shiny plastic which attracts fingerprints. Not a real issue. The adapter is well constructed, with a warranty from Belkin for 2 years.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

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    Verified BuyerReviewed by luis - January 4, 2021

    This usb c to hdmi cable is excellent. I use it on a 2016 Macbook pro to share the display to an external monitor with wireless keyboard and mouse. It allows you to charge your computer and share HDMI feed through just one us-c port.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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  • Works exactly like I want it to
    Reviewed by Phjilek36 - July 17, 2020

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I got this Belkin - USB Type C-to-HDMI/USB Type C Cable - Black so that I can connect my laptop to another monitor, while I work. I struggled, because I did not have an HDMI connection on my computer, so I had to find something to allow me to use another monitor while working from home. To the rescue, is the USB Type C adapter, where I can plug my large monitor into my new device. it supports 4K resolution, so no degradation here. It says it is compatible with either Mac or PC, but I only used it on my Windows device. Since it is occupying the USB Type C plug on the computer, I can plug something else into this device too, because it has an additional USB Type C female input as well. It is a 60 watt Pass through power connection.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.


Product Category
Computer accessories
Return/Exchange Period
30 days
Condition
Opened