Originally released September 2010
Connect the 27-inch Apple LED Cinema Display to your Mac and supersize your view with an incredible 2560-by-1440 resolution, LED backlighting for instant-on brightness, and an amazing 178-degree viewing angle. The LED Cinema Display features a universal MagSafe connector that charges your notebook, a Mini DisplayPort cable for easy connectivity, and three USB 2.0 ports. There’s also a built-in iSight camera, microphone, and 49-watt speaker system that provide a true desktop experience. Made of aluminum and glass, the LED Cinema Display is the perfect companion for the MacBook family. It’s also compatible with Mac desktop computers that have a Mini DisplayPort — Mac Pro, Mac mini, and iMac.
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
How do I connect this to HP Spectre 13 that has HDMI? What adapter do I need to buy?
- Asked by Ramy M from Mountain View
- Jul 28, 2014
Try this. I was browsing the same thing the other day and found this on NewEgg. StarTech Model DP2MD Try this. I was browsing the same thing the other day and found this on NewEgg. StarTech Model DP2MDPMF6IN 6" DisplayPort to Mini DisplayPort Video Cable Adapter - M/F M-F …
- Answered by Jonas T from Louisville
- Oct 25, 2014
Can you connect 2 of these displays at once? I already have a dual graphics card and have been using the same 2- 23" lcd's now for 15 years.
- Asked by Bruce S from Miller Place
- Jul 28, 2014
No problem whatsoever. That's my rig at work.
- Answered by John H Y from Lubbock
- Sep 23, 2014
will it work on windows XP using Wmware? I am a trader would like to use the Imac 27 and LED 27 to work.
- Asked by Dominique P from Carrabassett Valley
- Feb 8, 2011
Absolutely, the OS should have no conflicts with the correct drivers,although XP does have some issu Absolutely, the OS should have no conflicts with the correct drivers,although XP does have some issues with certain audio and video drivers,this will not be one of them.
KM from Central NY …
- Answered by Kelly M from Blossvale
- Feb 25, 2011
What's the connector cord length (in inches) on this display (from display back to the connectors)?
- Asked by Bill R from Alexandria
- Jan 27, 2011
Will this work with the new Mac Pro 12/2013
- Asked by Giuseppe P from Walpole
- Nov 18, 2013