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  1. Nov 2023
    1. If you have a Thunderbolt Display, this is what you want.

      Another (of many) good confirmation.

    2. Does not work with 27-inch LED Mini-DisplayPort Apple Cinema Display.

      OK. Mini-display doesn't work. As indicated on the product's box with a glaring red X.

    3. I have 2 27 inch Apple Cinema displays, both identical in everything except for the technology in their display connections. One is Thunderbolt 2 and the other is Mini Display port, both share the same exact connection but use different tech for signal throughput.

      Nice to know: Thunderbolt 2 vs. Mini Display port.

    4. TLDR; you have to set your video camera and microphone to your laptop sources to get good quality when in a video conference.

      Too bad. I was excited to learn it would for my new M3 laptop. But I need the display's camera to work for Zoom conferences.

    5. when using Teams for video conferencing my video signal from the camera in the display gets severely crushed/pixelated by the dongle. It’s like it only has enough throughput to send the image to the monitor, not back to the computer from the camera. I just use the laptop camera. Otherwise works great.

      Wow. Good to know. Probably another overpriced made-in-China product making a huge profit in the Apple ecosystem.

      "Low throughput"?

    1. UPTab USB C to Mini DisplayPort Adapter (4K@60Hz) USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 to MDP Adapter with Power Port for New M2 MacBook Pro/Air, iPad Pro, Mac Mini M1/M2, iMac and More (Silver)

      Recommended by an Amazon user. It works for "mini displayPort" and M1/M2/M3 laptop.

    1. Mini DisplayPort (MiniDP or mDP)

      cf. Mini DVI (different, but has the same icon: a box with a horizontal line)