Comprehensive Surface Pro VGA & Networking Connectivity Kit

Comprehensive Surface Pro VGA & Networking Connectivity Kit
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Comprehensive CCK-SP02 Overview

Comprehensive's Surface Pro VGA and networking connectivity kit allows you to connect your tablet to any VGA external monitor quickly and easily. Comprehensive's connectivity kit also allows you to connect to your network through a high-speed Ethernet adapter. The kit features a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter, which lets you connect any Mini DisplayPort compatible Surface tablet to a VGA external monitor via Mini DisplayPort. Also this kit features a USB to Ethernet adapter with CAT 5e cable, which adds wired network support.

Key Features

  • Conveniently compiles all the necessary cables, adapters and accessories for connecting into one convenient kit
  • Perfect for systems integration, education, government, and professionals on-the-go
  • Universal Plug and Play for any Surface application, with no need to install drivers
  • Add an additional VGA display, that supports PC resolutions and HDTV resolutions
  • Add a wired Ethernet port, that supports Fast Ethernet
  • Flexible and portable for many environments
  • Compatible with all Surface devices, that have Mini DisplayPort
UPC: 808447077513

Comprehensive CCK-SP02 Specs

Device TypeVideo converter
Bundled withFast Ethernet USB Network Adapter
Max Resolution1920 x 1200
Interfaces1 x DisplayPort input - Mini DisplayPort - male
1 x VGA output - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) - female
Included AccessoriesCable tie
Cables Included1 x network cable - 7 ft
1 x VGA / audio cable - 0.7 in
Compliant StandardsRoHS, DisplayPort 1.1a
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & SupportLimited warranty - lifetime
Compatibility Information
Designed forMicrosoft Surface 3, Pro, Pro 2, Pro 3, Pro 4
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.8 x 5.7 x 2.5"
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