• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    I have a drawer full of cables

    • Written by from North Berwick

    Honestly how hard should it be to order a cable to go from mac to a VGA! Im on my 3rd 312 each time had to re-post back to supplier. Each description on the suppliers site said mini DV to VGA but there are at least three different types. Please Apple somethings you do make me wonder where the genius goes sometimes. get someone in to get your supply chain sorted.

    35 of 43 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    WARNING - Does not fit iMac Core 2 Duo

    • Written by from Beaconsfield

    Like another reviewer mentioned, Apple do need to make buying cables for older products more accurate. This item states 'designed for the iMac (Intel Core Duo)' so I bought it.

    I have an Intel Core 2 Duo late 2009 iMac and didn't spot that the wording was 'Core Duo' and not Core 2 Duo'. It doesn't fit.

    It is ridiculous that you have to click on each cable to see what it fits - this cable is the only one I could see that mentioned Core and Duo which is why I bought it. Now have to put it on eBay...

    85 of 106 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Apple's worst design

    • Written by from Braintree

    Try using a Macbook with this hanging off the side of it. The lack of retaining screws or any form of clip means it falls out all the time. Why can't we just have a DVI - RGB lead instead of this pathetic adaptor?

    38 of 57 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Broke in less than a month

    • Written by from Langport

    This so called amazing wire was useful for about two minutes. I bought it and it came with no instructions. Because my screen is broken i could not get on to the internet to find out how to use it. The casing around the wires broke as soon as I put it in and after about 5 hours of messing around i finally managed to get it to work on a different TV. I had not got it on the setting of mirroring so i had to do alot of guess work to get up the screen i needed so that i could see my homepage. After all of that it was fine for about two weeks then the wires started to get twisted and im now stuck with a yellow screen and it will not change other than to go red or green or blue or not work at all. So thanks Apple Mac, Thanks. Maybe make it so that its either a usb end or a longer cable and a longer input. I need my mac for alot of things but atm im tempted to just not bother as i can only just afford another lead and the prices people ask to get the screen repaired is ridiculous.

    11 of 64 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    A 2" cable??? Don't make me laugh.

    • Written by from Leeds

    This product wouldd be fine, if it weren't for the ridiculously short cable that forces you to buy an additional VGA lead to use it with. You are therefore far better off simply buying a non-Apple cable with converter from any store that sells computer components instead.

    24 of 192 people found this useful