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StarTech.com USB 3.0 to HDMI Display Adapter 4K Ultra HD, DisplayLink Certified, Video Converter w/ External Graphics Card - Mac & Windows (USB32HD4K)

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  • THE STARTECH.COM ADVANTAGE: StarTech.com offers a 3-year warranty and free lifetime technical support on this USB adapter and has been the choice of IT professionals and businesses for over 30 years.
  • CREATE A DUAL MONITOR WORKSTATION: Use this USB 3.0 to HDMI converter to connect your Windows or Mac laptop / desktop to a secondary monitor, HDTV or projector using an available USB 3.0 port.
  • PLUG & DISPLAY: This DisplayLink certified dongle, provides automatic driver installation updates to your Windows (7 / 8 / 10) enabled computers. It's also USB-powered, requiring no external power.
  • 4K RESOLUTIONS: With support for resolutions up to 4K 30Hz and widescreen capabilities this USB 3.0 external video & graphics card delivers a full UHD experience, ensuring astonishing picture quality.
  • MULTI USE FUNCTIONALITY: Use this IT-grade USB 3.0 display adapter (backward compatible with USB 2.0) to either extend or mirror your main laptop or desktop display.

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Customer Reviews

Awesome!I finally found something that enables a MacBook to have two displays! It took a while for me to set up because I didn t realize the security settings weren t allowing the driver to install. Not only do you need to install the correct driver for your OSX, make sure to go to your system preferences and look at your security settings to allow the driver to install. The website has a great FAQ page that s easy to navigate if you re stuck.5Buy Startech USB32HD4K DisplayLink certified for Macbook Air Early 2014So I ordered a startech for a multi-monitor setup (thunderbolt + USB3 to external monitors + laptop's screen) on a macbook air E2014. If you search the questions and reviews, plenty of people are saying "it works" for older macbook air models. The problem is that all/most of the startech pages are multi-item listings, so you don't actually know which model # the reviewers bought unless they specifically say it. I figured that out AFTER that device had already arrived and was sitting on my desk completely not working.So to be 100% crystal clear...Startech USB32DPES2 is NOT for macbook air E2014 because of driver issues. It definitely will not work for 2019+ macbooks because this has a USB3 port, not a USBC (like on the 2019+ macbooks).If you're trying to get another monitor attached to your macbook air pre-2019 model in addition to a monitor attached to your thunderbolt port, buy Startech USB32HD4K DisplayLink certified instead. That attaches to the USB3 port of the macbook air E2014 perfectly fine. Install drivers from displaylink dot com slash downloads. This works immediately and now I have so much monitor real estate I don't know what to do with it.5Disappointing 4K performance, cannot drive a lot of movement at 4KLots of stuttering and lag on my Core i7 16GB Dell XPS 27 all in one. I was hoping to use my 4K TV as a second monitor to stream 720P or 1080P web video while doing some work but it is like there is not enough USB bandwidth or the box or PC is not encoding fast enough because there is a lot of stuttering even with 1080P video feeds when the window is maximized. If I leave the video at a native 720P (as in 1280x720 window on the 4K panel) it streams fine. It just cannot drive an entire 4K panel if there is a lot of motion across the entire panel (even just scaled up content, it cannot update that many pixels that fast),So for a small HDMI panel it probably works great and it works well for still 4K, but sending any full screen movement to a 4K panel doesn't fly.2Unbelievably invasive software; I returned it Does it work? Technically, yes. It does turn one USB 3.0 port into two HDMI ports. In order to do so, however, you must install their driver software which is bloated, invasive, and generally crummy. It not only installs KERNEL LEVEL PRIVILEGES (are you kidding me?!), but it stab-murders your native graphics card's controls. ALL of them. Color controls: GONE; custom resolutions: GONE; timing control: GONE. Oh, and do you want to uninstall it? Prepare for a full OS clean install, because it sets permissions that disallow a regular old system restore from deleting it. Now, why on earth would a little dongle need to do that, exactly? I can't think of a single good reason for it. And I am definitely not going to just leave software with those permissions just floating around my machine - how do I know for sure it didn't grant itself permission to something else while it was at it? I don't. And THAT is completely unacceptable. 1Easy set upThis is a great plug and play adapter for attaching an external monitor to my laptop. No geek skills required! I have connected multiple laptops through this device to my external monitors. Although I can only use one laptop and one external monitor at a time with this device, I use it with different laptops and different monitors and it always works first try.I use another external monitor through my HDMI port, so I have the benefit of using two external monitors with my laptop. This makes working from home so much easier. I don't need to go to the office to use multiple monitors.5THE DRIVERS MAY CAUSE THE BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH!! DO NOT PURCHASE THIS!!! The driver required to make this splitter work caused a major crash in windows startup. I lost well over four years of cad drawings and quick books files. Luckily I keep a backup of all of our payroll files just in case. Immediately after downloading the drivers per the installation instructions the software required upon completion to restart the computer. As soon as the computer restarted and just after the windows screen that pops up after the BIOS screen completes I was staring the blue screen of death. While it may seem like a simple way to expand your desktop to two monitors I assure you this is not the product to get you there. I ask you again DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!! 1Works great, with a catch.. Updated: I was a little bit skeptical at first about this, I am using it to power (2) NEC EA243WM 24" 1920x1200 monitors and while it worked initially now each time I shutdown or reboot my computer I have to wait until windows loads and unplug it and plug it back in. Windows 10 shows it I m device manager, but it won t output anything onto the monitors until you unplug and plug it back in.After dealing with it not being recognized you get a good quality image. The refresh rate is good and I don't notice any difference from the other two NEC's that come right off my laptop docking station. I haven't tried to push 4K using it, but for 1920x1200 it works great. 2Really worth setting it up correctly in display settings I love the extra screens. I am using this dual card in addition to a single card startech that I purchased last year on a usb3 hub to allow for 4 large screens and the laptop screen, which I rarely use. All ports are HDMI in this install. The important thing to do it configure the monitors, in display settings, so that the same monitor is always checked as the "main display" and all monitors are in the same position under all scenarios of activity - no matter how the monitors decide to fire and in what order. I am using a laptop that has a built in HDMI port, so I made this connection my main display for all cases. First, only hook up the main display. In display settings, check the 2 monitor as the main display. Then add one of the startech adapters and configure it as if it is a partial install and make sure all of the monitors are in the same location you would expect and make #2 the main display again. Now unhook it and do the same with the other startech. Then make sure with all of your startechs loaded, the same location for each monitor is there and #2 is the main display. This fixed all my issues.. since the monitor may flake out for a second every once in a while or when the usb cable is moved, but since everything is in the same place under all conditions, it comes right back and does not freeze. I also have all the monitors powered into one power strip under the monitors and I cut the power to them when I am done for the day and leave the laptop in full power mode (no sleep) on all the time. You also want to make sure you have the latest driver update and that all of your startechs are running the same driver by updating them in Device Manager/Display adapters - right click on the adapter and choose Update Driver software. My old startech is called Trigger 6 and the new one is called MCT USB3.0. They both are running the same driver and work well together. 5A very useful gadgetAfter reading all the mixed reviews, I was a little hesitant to buy it but am so glad I did. I have a 8 year old Dell XPS8400 with an intel I7 processor, a very nice rig in its day but stuck with PCI-@ 2 video cards. I hated to buy a new computer as this one is still perfectly good and super fast with an added SSD. But I needed to drive both a 30" dell 3400 X 2400 monitor and a new 4K monitor. No way the old video card was up to it, limited to 1900x 1200 dpi on the 4K monitor. So this was the only real choice it seems. Downloaded the drivers, installed with no issues and plugged in the 4K monitor and instant success. It is a flawless picture and even does HD videos pretty darn well, better than expected. The mouse is a bit laggy so have to move it more deliberately but nothing terrible. I did a before and after processor load test and on a dedicated USB3.0 plug, it definitely pulls about 10-15% more load then before; spiking up to about 35% with full video. But hardly overloading it unless you may be running several CPU programs at once. For just internet use it is perfect. But if you use it on a I3 or similar lower power processor, I can see how it may bog down more. On a well running I5 or I7 computer with minimal multiprocessing, it works like a champ. I can guess that reviewer having stuttering and other issues may be overloading the processor, which would definitely cause lots of issues. The adapter gets warm to the touch, so keeping it in a well ventilated area will certainly extend the life. Overall I am quite pleased with it and a good compromise until I have to upgrade my whole system.5Love it, after fixing sleep issue StarTech... if you're reading this, try to fix this, please! I even did analysis and found a workaround for you. The least you can do is take my assessment into account and resolve the issue.Minus 1 star for the fact DisplayLink/StarTech cannot introduce drivers/software to resolve the adapter sleep issue. If I had not figured a solution out on my own, this product would have received only 2-stars.This device is perfect, after I created a batch script to fix the issue where the two external monitors would stay asleep after the computer has been awaken. Will explain how to create your own after the "Cons" section below.Some people have mentioned this occurs to them once in a while. For me, the issue occurs most of the time after the computer wakes from sleep mode.Pros:1) When functional, delivers perfect digital video/audio (audio on HDMI port only) to two external 1920x1080 monitors over a USB 2.0 connection. The device is connected to a hub, which also connects the keyboard and mouse.2) Can display dvd quality to the two external monitors simultaneously, without too much cpu usage.3) I can't speak for gaming, but my primary purpose is to use my laptop as a development machine. For development and other office functions, the adapter is more than adequate.4) Works with Mac Mini running Lion OS as well. No wake-on-sleep issues, like I encountered on Windows 7 and 8 computers.5) Self powered. No additional power required.6) Customer service. They weren't able to figure out the issue, but at least they tried.Cons:1) The two external monitors connected to the adapter typically do not function after the laptop (Windows 8) resumes from sleep mode. I would have to unplug and reattach the USB cable to re-enable the adapter. This is not a good solution, as I'm trying to minimize the wear to the USB port and it's a pain to physically unplug/reattach the USB cable.Fix:I contacted StarTech regarding my issue. They told me that I should disable "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" for the USB Hubs listed within the Device Manager section. Unfortunately, they ignored the fact I told them the issue occurs, REGARDLESS of whether I connect the adapter directly to the laptop OR via a USB hub. But, as I said before, they tried... btw... I did try their recommendation, even though I knew it would not work. It didn't work...Then, I performed some analysis of the processes running on my computer and discovered there is a Windows service that controls functionality and communication between the computer and the adapter... the DisplayLinkService.Through the Windows Services management console, I was able to re-enable the two external monitors by restarting the DisplayLinkService.Therefore, I created a batch file (FixDisplay.bat) and added the following three lines to the batch file and saved it to my desktop for easy access:sc stop DisplayLinkServicesleep 2sc start DisplayLinkServiceLet me explain each command, so you're aware of what's going on and to assure you this is not a malware script. First line stops the DisplayLinkService. Second line pauses the batch request to allow the stop batch request to complete. The final command line starts the DisplayLinkService.Now, whenever the external monitors do not wake up after the computer wakes from sleep mode, I simply double-click the FixDisplay.bat file that I saved to my desktop. Just a note... depending on your UAC setting, you might have to enable the batch file to run under an elevated account (i.e. Administrator), as the commands in the batch file start/stop an installed Windows service.The best solution would be if the drivers actually worked flawlessly to wake up the adapter properly. But short of DisplayLink and/or StarTech fixing this issue, my ad-hoc solution works. The solution definitely beats unplugging/reattaching the USB cable that is inaccessible. 4I use an older 2015 MacBook Pro and this device plays nicely with the usb3 This little external video adapter has made my job more convenient when working at my desk. I use an older 2015 MacBook Pro and this device plays nicely with the usb3.0 ports. My only gripe with this device is when I rotate my external displays to a portrait mode (vertical) the response time for one, or both, my screens lag where its incredibly noticeable. I contacted their customer support creating a ticket and their associates were polite and responded in a timely manner. However, after troubleshooting on both ends, we determined this is a current bug where they have no resolution at this point (3-3-18). They were able to replicate this issue on their end. So if you are looking for a video adapter to simply connect 2 monitors in landscape mode, you're golden. However, if you want to rotate your monitors in portrait (for reading articles or lines of code) then your experience won't be the most enjoyable. Still recommend.UPDATE 8/26/18:I no longer have any use for this device. For macOS, their past update (I believe 10.13.4) screwed up the functionality that prevent you from using monitors via usb cable. This has even affected other related software like Duet Display that allows you to use your iPad as a secondary monitor via lighting cable. If you are a Mac user, I would highly suggest staying away from this product. This is nothing against StarTech as I see the fault being Apples IMO. If you use a windows or linux based system I believe you are good. 4So I bought this the 4K and they had a update and works perfect. I did need this to match my other ...So my old startech DVI stopped working after Mac updated to 10.13. Cut out my other screen. So I bought this the 4K and they had a update and works perfect. I did need this to match my other 2 screens and the DVI wasn't the right resolution to match the others. Slight smaller. I installed the software and Boom, works. Looks great and back up and running. Does only come with PC install software but if you go to the site you can download it for mac. This is running off my mac mini with 3 screens. 2 from the mini, and this startech from the USB.5Working on MacBook Air (2017) / Catalina 10.15.2After trying some other products that wouldn't work with my Mac, I'm shocked and pleased to say I just tried this product out and everything's working great. I've got a DisplayPort -> HDMI for one monitor, and this product (USB 3.0 -> HDMI) for my 2nd external monitor. Highly recommend.MacBook Air (2017) / Catalina 10.15.25Mac Users Rejoice: It Works...Period.I have spent the last couple of years bemoaning the fact that my MacBook Air could not use two external displays at the same time. I have tried all manner of things (or so it felt), all to no avail. I scrounged and searched the internet for something...ANYthing...to achieve my goal. Many cheaper adapters promised big but failed to deliver, and I managed to amass quite a collection of useless bits and bobs that sat in a bin in my storage closet.The other day, after having given up the search for almost a year, I stumbled across a YouTube video declaring that my woes were soon to be over, and even demonstrated to me, in very clear, easy-to-follow directions, what I needed to purchase and how to go about installing it. I thought, "Could this really be true? Do my eyes deceive me, and do I dare get my hopes up that this could work for me, too?"I balked a little at the price tag, but kept reminding myself that my journey to find a way of having two large-screen external monitors had been a long and fruitless one. I pulled the trigger, delighted in the fact that I would soon find out if my latest sojourn into Monitor Driver Hell could potentially be over in the next 24 hours...When the Amazon delivery driver pulled up in front of my house a little bit ago, I literally met him at the door, such was my excitement. I came inside, ripped open the box, pulled out the adapter, went to Startech.com to find the driver I needed, and followed the instructions accordingly at installation. When my trusty MBA notified me it was finished, I grabbed the dongle, plugged it into my USB port, plugged in the HDMI cable to my secondary monitor that had spent all this time feeling left out of the mix because it wasn't connected to the same laptop, and magic happened: the screen came to life with an exact replica of my other screen! (This isn't what I wanted, and I had to go to my Settings to do some fiddling about, but I was simply in a state of near-ecstacy at the mere fact that my MacBook Air was, indeed, being displayed on two external monitors!!)I quickly discovered that my monitors were set up "backwards" from what I actually wanted (I wanted the monitor that sits directly in front of me to be my Primary display, with my second one used for moving windows out of the way but still remain open on the Secondary display), which involved a very easy fix: unplug the two HDMI cables, switch them around, and done! Next I unticked the box that says, "Mirror Display" so I could free up all those wonderful pixels of newly-found desktop real estate, and I swear I heard angels singing in exaltation!At last, I have joined the throngs of users that have two large, high-quality external monitors connected to their Mac notebook, with my notebook completely out of sight and no longer taking up valuable space on an already-smallish desk - and I feel like I just won some sort of prize. (I paid for the prize, sure, but nonetheless, I feel victorious at long last!)If you're on the fence about splashing out a bit for a dongle, this is NOT the one to second-guess yourself on. DO IT! You, too, will be singing Startech's praises for the foreseeable future!5works great, when it works I like this a lot when it works. As others have noted in their reviews, it suffers from three problems that happen intermittently.1. Second monitor does not wake up from sleep. Only option is to unplug device from USB (or use bat file that one review provided)2. Audio gets switched to HDMI. Really seems to confuse up my Skype sessions.3. Second monitor will just freeze. Image remains on the screen but will not refresh. Again only option is to unplug device from USB.It is really simple to use and works great, when it works. If they can work out the issues I am getting then it would be a 5 star product. 3Mac Mini (Late 2012)This product was purchased for Mac Mini (Late 2012) which includes USB 3.0 (5Gig) ports. The HDMI port on this Mac does not support 4k video so this device was purchased to allow the primary and only display monitor to operate at 4k Ultra HDMI which means the device needs to work correctly when the computer is first powered on.Box instructions only refer to Windows installs, manufacturer website under product SUPPORT listed download for required Apple Mac Mini (Late 2012) software Drivers. After downloading and following install instructions, install failed. Under the Security Setting the driver software was being blocked. But the attempt to install left some portion installed so before I could get it installed, I had to first uninstall the failed copy. After uninstalling I restarted the machine to ensure I had a stable clear machine without this device connected to the machine. My 4k monitor was plugged directly into the Mac Mini.I turned off the Security under General to allow the downloaded software drivers to be installed. My password for the machine had to be entered during this process. Once the driver was installed, I plugged this device into the Mac Mini and the 4k monitor into this device and it worked. To confirm everything was correct, I power cycled the computer and it still worked as expected.Must say the downloaded software needs help. The install process should have given me some clue why it failed the first time to install. And the uninstall process had a user interface screen that was less than opaque and the buttons were almost completely unlabeled so clicking on them, I could tell which was "OK" vs "Cancel" which took trial and error to click on the right button. The Version I used was for iOS 10.15.x and was labeled "beta". Hope this information helps the next person... I am very happy with this device but think the install process could have been simpler.4Useless!!!! Do NOT purchase if you like to keep your OS up to date!!!If you re like me, you like to keep your computer s Operating System up to date to take advantage of new features, and more importantly, security advancements to keep your data safe.I had this product for less than a month when Apple came out with a new Operating System. I use this with my work laptop, and my company (like most companies) waited a while to push this OS update out to our computers to ensure all the bugs were worked out and that the OS was compatible with all of our systems.This should have been enough time for StarTech to either update the firmware on this product OR NOTIFY THEIR CUSTOMERS THAT THE NEW OS WOULD RENDER THIS PRODUCT USELESS!!!!!Once I upgraded to the new OS, this product was no longer able to extend to a 2nd display. Instead, it s only able to duplicate a very pixelated, low resolution of your desktop onto your second monitor rendering it useless.So if you re looking to mirror a fuzzy version of your desktop onto a 2nd monitor (again, useless), this product is for you!!!! 1If you only have 1 HDMI port, you need this device to add additional monitors (to have more than 3 windows open) My laptop only has 1 HDMI port, which meant that I could only add a single additional monitor. I needed a USB adapter to add a second external monitor. This little device did the trick. Now I have 3 monitors (including the built-in monitor) and after some adjusting in Windows 10, I have 3 monitors that I can scroll across continuously left to right and have multiple windows open. This is huge when I am working in Excel, PowerPoint and Chrome at the same time. I can even stream videos and music from YouTube and work on the other screens. Very good product. Simple to use by downloading some software and following the instructions. Takes just 5 minutes or so. 5Works - 4K ResolutionI do CAD work and needed a way to view 24x36 PDF files close to full size on a screen instead of going to the expense of printing them on paper. So I bought a 43" 4K TV and connected it to my PC. As it turns out my PC resolution is not good enough to view the pages without zooming, defeating the purpose of my purchase. I bought this little device and attached it to the PC. It was pretty much plug and play. I was surprised that this actually worked but it does, I have 4K resolution on the TV and I can view the entire 24x36 PDF page full screen without zooming.5Works great I have a HP ENVY 750-524 that has an integrated graphics card with two HDMI outs on it. I wanted to add two more monitors so I could have a total of four monitors for my work. I only have one PCI slot and if I were to add a graphics card it would disable the integrated one so I had to find something that would let me add two more monitors without disabling the original two. This USB to HDMI adapter works perfectly! Just install the driver, plug it in and it's good to go! I've only been using it for about a week but so far I have had absolutely no issues at all. I only use those two monitors for Microsoft Word and Excel mostly so I don't know how it would work for gaming. I've read some reviews that said that when your computer goes to sleep that some people have had some issues with having to unplug and re-plug in the adapter but my computer is set up to not ever go to sleep so I haven't had any problems at all. All in all I'm very impressed! 5
StarTech.com USB 3.0 to HDMI Display Adapter 4K Ultra HD, DisplayLink Certified, Video Converter w/ External Graphics Card - Mac & Windows (USB32HD4K)

StarTech.com USB 3.0 to HDMI Display Adapter 4K Ultra HD, DisplayLink Certified, Video Converter w/ External Graphics Card - Mac & Windows (USB32HD4K)

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