AAXA Technologies Lightning to HDMI Presentation Cable for Apple iPhone/iPad

BH #AAKP25007 • MFR #KP-250-07
AAXA Technologies
AAXA Technologies Lightning to HDMI Presentation Cable for Apple iPhone/iPad
Key Features
  • Present from Your iOS Device
  • For iOS Versions 10.2 and Previous
  • For Select File Types
  • Supports Up to 1080p Video with Audio
Present your documents, photo slideshows, and short, non-graphic-intensive video clips nearly anywhere with your compatible iOS device, a display device with HDMI, and the AAXA Technologies Lightning to HDMI Presentation Cable. Simply plug the USB connector in for power, the Lightning connector into your iOS device, and the HDMI plug into your display, and enjoy your presentations in 1080p with audio.
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AAXA Technologies KP-250-07 Overview

Present your documents, photo slideshows, and short, non-graphic-intensive video clips nearly anywhere with your compatible iOS device, a display device with HDMI, and the AAXA Technologies Lightning to HDMI Presentation Cable. Simply plug the USB connector in for power, the Lightning connector into your iOS device, and the HDMI plug into your display, and enjoy your presentations in 1080p with audio.

Plug & Play Design

Plug the Lightning connector into your compatible iPhone or iPad, the HDMI connector into your projector or display, and the USB connector into a compatible port on your display device or an optional charger.

Mobile Presentation Solution

Instead of restricting your presentation to an iPhone/iPad screen, you can share it everyone by connecting your iOS device to a projector or display.
UPC: 702730849323

AAXA Technologies KP-250-07 Specs

Connector 1HDMI
Connector 2Lightning
Connector 3USB
Compatible ModelsiPads: mini 2, mini 3, mini 4, Air, Air 2
iPad Pros: 9.7", 12.9"
iPhones: 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus
iOS version 10.2 and previous
Supported ResolutionUp to 1080p
File Types SupportedOffice files (PDF, PowerPoint, Excel), pictures, short videos, non-graphic-intensive content
Power SupplyRequired, via USB
LengthLightning to HDMI: 6.6' (2 m)
USB to HDMI: 3.3' (1 m)
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.175 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6 x 3.25 x 0.95"
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