Microsoft Surface USB-C to HDMI Adapter (HFM-00001)
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- Microsoft Surface USB-C to HDMI Adapter is compatible with Surface Book 2 (sold separately)
- HDMI 2.0 compatible and 4K-ready, this is an active-format adapter that supports AMD Eyefinity and NVIDIA
- Connect to an HDMI-compatible display to share pictures or videos on your big-screen HDTV
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Of the 75 reviewers who responded, 70 would recommend this product.
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- No 4K@60Hz- January 6, 2021
This does not work for 4K@60Hz. Took me over a year to figure this out. It's not like we use it everyday though. We'd just play with the resolutions and plug it back in and stuff until the output to the TV would work. Finally no matter what I did it was failing. Then I had an epiphany to check the refresh rate. When I'm at 4K and 30Hz, it works perfect. Anything above 30Hz at 4K it will not work. Yes, 60Hz will work if you're not using 4K. This was tried via a Surface Pro 7 as well as through the Surface Dock 2. Definitely the adapter that has the issue. Will order a different adapter going forward or stick at 30Hz. I'm stuck with this thing though....No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Works well with Surface Laptop 3- March 22, 2020
I bought this one to use with my Surface Laptop 3, and it's pretty much plug-and-play. Total length is about 6 inches. This adapter is more expensive than most other USB-C to HDMI adapter since it's an active adapter that supports NVIDIA and AMD Eyefinity. It also supports the newer HDCP 2.2 standard for 4K UHD content. You should ta advantage of the current $40 off Microsoft accessories promotion to get this one and another Microsoft accessory.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent adapter for Surface products!- November 20, 2020
I purchased this adapter along with a USB-C to VGA adapter to replace the ones my company provided with the Surface Pro 7 they issued me. With the third-party adapters, the extended desktop across the 2 external monitors would frequently get distorted and require a restart of the Surface or powering off/on of the monitors. Since using the Microsoft adapters, I have had zero issues with the multiple monitor set-up on the Surface Pro 7.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.