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Comentario: Extremely rare and genuine. Great condition, DVI and USB cable included. For use with 24" or 27" Apple LED display. Not for Apple Thunderbolt displays. Ships promptly from New Jersey.
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Atlona - Conversor de DVI a Mini DisplayPort

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  • Permite conector un monitor digital a un iMac de 24 o 27 "
  • Fácil de instalar y usar
  • Compatible con ordenadores Apple

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Detalles técnicos
Peso del producto363 g
Dimensiones del producto6,4 x 11,2 x 2,5 cm
Número de modelo del productoAT-DP400
Colorblanco - blanco
Fuente de alimentaciónUSB
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Producto en desde27 de septiembre de 2012
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Otras características:
Adaptador de energía externo: N
Altura: 25.4 mm
Ancho: 111.7 mm
Cables incluidos: DVI, USB
Color: Naranja, Color blanco
Interfaz de host: DVI, USB
Interfaz de salida: mini DisplayPort
Manual de usuario: Y
Máxima resolución: 2560 x 1600 Pixeles
Peso: 0.363 kg
Productos compatibles: Apple 27" LED / 27" iMac
Profundidad: 63.5 mm
USB suministro de corriente: Y

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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas DOES Perform its Advertised Function, but... 5 de octubre de 2014
Por Thomas W. Hess - Publicado en
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I've had the DP400 for a couple weeks now, and wanted to wait until I was sure it was functional before writing the review, but now I believe I can say that it DOES what it's supposed to do, which is deliver dual-link DVI signal to an Apple 27" LED Cinema Display (Mini DisplayPort + USB).

There are a couple minor points that I should mention. First, there's no pass-thru USB from the monitor to the computer. The USB male connector on the end of the device's pigtail is for power to the unit only. Therefore, if you want to use the iSight camera and/or the monitor's speakers, you'll have to dedicate another USB connection directly from the monitor to the computer. It works fine in this configuration, but it's rather wasteful of often precious USB outs.

Also, at least for me (Mac OSX 10.9.5 Mavericks), the software brightness control for the display is gone. The display itself has no external control button(s), so whatever the default brightness happens to be is what you get. You can fiddle with the calibration in Display Prefs, but beyond that no option. That bugs me enough to not give the DP400 a higher rating, but not a killer. The display is nice and bright, and I'l live with it. This could be an incompatibility with the OS, and if someone is using it with an earlier version, such as Snow Leopard or Mountain Lion, and the brightness slider in Display Prefs DOES appear, perhaps they will comment as such.

When the machine boots up the display remains black for a couple seconds past where my second monitor has already settled in (23" Apple HD Cinema Disp.), but then snaps into play and from that point is solid. It does not seem to have any difficulty with sleep mode, and even after hours of being asleep comes back within a second or two w/o issue. I have not had to resort to the device's reset button, although it's nice to know that it's there just in case it loses sync for some reason.

Since the device is apparently discontinued by the manufacturer it may not be available for too much longer, but I'm not really concerned about tech support, although the package literature does have links for such support. If you're in a similar situation to mine this unit is indeed a viable option. $100 is a good chunk of change to drop on a video adapter, but far less than you'd spend for a graphics card with a Mini DisplayPort output, and for a 2008-vintage Mac Pro there aren't even many options out there.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas It just works 15 de agosto de 2012
Por John T. - Publicado en
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I've been frustrated beyond belief with the trouble I've had trying to set up three different computers to share dual 30" monitors through a Mini DisplayPort KVM switch. This seems to push almost every single piece of equipment to its breaking point (though everything claims to support this), resulting in flickering displays, with the exception of this DVI-to-MDP adapter from Atlona. It just works, connecting my 2007 MacBook Pro's dual-link DVI output to the KVM without ever a hint of trouble on the 2560x1600 displays on an Apple Cinema 30" or Dell U3011 . The output signal is stronger and cleaner than the built-in DP output of either of the other two computers, which are current models from Apple and Dell. The construction of the AT-DP400 feels a bit clunky with its metal housing, but I love the fact that it hasn't given me a bit of trouble.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas AT-DP400 Atlona Converter for 27 inch iMac Display 21 de febrero de 2011
Por Jeff Saunders - Publicado en
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Before you buy the AT-DP400, make sure your source is capable of outputting the higher resolutions (specifically, 1920 x 1080 and 2560 x 1440). If your source is not capable of outputting at either of these two higher resolutions, you're wasting your money - buy the AT-DP200 instead (which has a maximum resolution of 1280 x 720 aka 720p). I received the AT-DP400 in Dec 2010. The actual converter box (and packaging) was professional looking. I didn't like that the circuitry inside the converter box seemed to be loose. When inserting the display cable (Mac mini-DisplayPort) cable into the box, the innards moved which was a bit unsettling - made the thing feel cheap. I also found that the display did not seem to work immediately, I had to plug and unplug the cable a couple of times to get it to work with the iMac display. However, once the display was working, there were no issues. Unfortunately, about a month and half after getting the AT-DP400, it mysteriously stopped working (just outside of the Amazon return period!). I managed to contact Atlona and got a return authorization number. They wouldn't pay the return shipping cost but have promised to send me a new one. I'll write an update to this review when (if?) I get the replacement. This conversion box was really promising to me (I used it to connect a work laptop to my home iMac 27") but so far the experience is disappointing. Oh well...
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Plug and Play 22 de diciembre de 2013
Por Suhr - Publicado en
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I use Apple products.
I bought this so my G4's and G5's (DVI) could use an Apple DisplayPort monitor.

Apple DVI monitors went the way of the dinosaur.
Sadly, Apple computers work best if used WITH Apple monitors.
What could I do if my Apple DVI monitors failed????
Throwing my G5's in the trash was simply out of the question, they work perfectly and tirelessly.

Until now, I had no way to use a new Apple monitor with an old Mac.
Now I do.
I plugged it in and it worked. (27 inch Apple Led Cinema)

I would have purchasers make note.
This worked for me but I have top of the line Dual Link DVI video cards installed in my old computers.
I cannot state for factual knowledge that this device will function will a Single Link DVI video card.
Best check before purchasing.

Also note.... the cabling is quite short.
Some means of creative strain relief or support will be required for excessive long term use on Mac Desktop computers.
It will be sitting in the hottest part of your computer.... the rear exhaust vents.
(this is a very bad idea)
Consider using / purchasing USB and DVI extender cables to get rid of this serious problem.
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good performance but suffers when a PC graphics card goes into analogue mode. 11 de diciembre de 2013
Por Kenneth P. - Publicado en
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I would have liked to give it four stars due to it's price when converting a PC to a monitor I paid a whole bunch of money to previously use with an Apple system. My daughter uses it for gaming with her Alienware PC. The graphics are sharp and the movement is smooth considering it's going through a non-native scaling process before the picture hits the screen. I end up giving three stars due to it's quirky nature with analog signals: it doesn't display them. If your PC's graphics card outputs an analogue signal during it's initial bootup, you wont get a display until Windows takes over and sends the digital signal i.e. if you freeze or crash the Windows will reboot with the analogue options menu (Boot Normally, Safe Mode, etc). Subsequently this box won't display a picture on your Cinema Display. This causes me to either whip on an old analogue-compatible monitor from the closet or work the keystroke sequence for choosing a boot mode blind. Given my daughters love for share-ware indie games, that happens more often than I care.

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