Home Desktop: I5-2500k, R9 390X, 24gb ram, 14tb storage
X230t: I7-3520m, 16gb ram, 128gb msata ssd, 2tb hdd
- Senior ThinkPadder
- Posts: 2275
- Joined: Mon May 28, 2012 5:49 am
- Location: Metro Manila, Philippines
The closest thing to an HDMI port on the Series 3 Ultrabase is the Displayport++ port, which only needs a passive DP-to-HDMI dongle. It will work up to 1920x1200 IIRC.
Backup: X601 Core 2 Duo T8100
Toy: X60F Core Solo U1300
On loan: X220 4291-P79 i5-2520M
In pieces: two retired but working X61Ts
RIP: 760XD 9546-U9E; X61 7676-A24; and a BOE-Hydis HV121P01-100 in failed SXGA+ mod
Mini-Dock Series 3: one goes to the DisplayPort, one to the DVI
Mini-Dock Plus Series 3: one goes to first DP/DVI, one goes to the second DP/DVI
Ultrabase Series 3: one goes to the DisplayPort, one unused.
So on the Mini-Docks, there is nothing that can be done - both signals are already in use; on the Ultrabase, one could tap into the unused pins of the second DisplayPort signal, and solder a proper port somewhere, which could be DP or DVI/HDMI (with a built-in passive dongle).
X61 7673-V2V, T60 2007-QPG, T42 2373-F7G, X32 (IPS Screen), A31p w/ Ultrabay Numpad, A21m 2628-GXU
This is the one that I bought that works: Monoprice DisplayPort Male to HDMI Female Adapter
I will admit I am not crazy about the adapter sticking out the side of the X220, but it works. It would be preferable to have an actual Display Port to HDMI adapter cable.
I imagine the above adapter would probably work with the Display Port on the Ultrabase Series 3. And although I have the Ultrabase Series 3 for my X220, I have not tried using the Display Port on it.
- Similar Topics
- Last post
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: v.kotek and 26 guests