Make your HDMI display flexible with Elka's 3-in-1 HDMI convert cable
Elka's 3-in-1 HDMI convert cable is a friendly accessory for home entertainment or meeting room. It can directly connect a USB-C™, a Mini DisplayPort, or an HDMI device to an HDMI display. No need to connect with an adapter as well as a cable across two sorts of interfaces. To ensure video display with no distortion, an additional power supply is required.
Elka got the DP8K certification for its USB 3.1 Type-C to DisplayPort cable in November 2018. It is now available for mass-production starting January 2019.
This cable is designed for bi-directional data transmission. It will be the proper way to connect a USB-C device to a DP monitor or connect a DP device to an Ultra HD monitor embedded with a USB-C port.
Unfortunately, a lot of fake or unqualified Lightning connectors were marketed and that resulted in many terrible explosions when people used or charged their mobile phones. In order to solve this problem, Apple announced that Lightning connector (C48A, C48B) will not be available for submitting any product plan after February 2019 and will be replaced with Lightning (C89) connector and Lightning (C94).
Since HDMI L.A. released its HDMI V.2.0 in 2016, Elka has provided two sorts of active High Speed HDMI cables for the professional market. One is available in cable lengths of up to 15m and the other is available in cable lengths of up to 20m with external power.
To provide a flexible application for A/V installation, Elka developed a new active High Speed HDMI cable. Compared with the previous version, it is thinner and longer. It also can be used with an extra adapter with power as its source consumes more power, such as Apple TV 4K.
Apple announced its new iPad Pro on October 30, 2018. According to Apple’s press release, “with over a million apps designed to take advantage of the large Multi-Touch display, including next-generation apps like Photoshop CC on iPad (coming 2019), the new iPad Pro will push what users can do on a computer further than ever before.“.
There is a big difference between the new iPad Pro and its previous generation. The new iPad Pro features a USB-C port instead of Lightning, and it can provide the maximum data transfer rate at 10Gbps over a USB 3.1 Gen 2 C to C cable with E-Mark. The previous generation of the iPad Pro featuring a Lightning port can support data transfer rate at 480Mbp via a Lightning to USB-A cable.
|October 13-16, 2019||Hong Kong Electronics Fair||Hong Kong||5B-D12|
|July 17-19, 2019||Video Communications Expo||Tokyo||2-26|
|June 19-22, 2019||Nepcon Thailand||Bangkok||8G10|
|May 28- June 1, 2019||Computex||Taipei||N0808 (USB-IF)|
|April 11-14, 2019||Consumer Electronics||Hong Kong||9F15|
|March 20-22, 2019||Electronica China||Shanghai||C1 1586|
|January 8-11, 2019||CES||Las Vegas||20208|