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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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
is compatible with my macbook 2007?? even with face time??
- Asked by Jorge C from Sanford
- Apr 6, 2013
Would this monitor also be able to connect to my PC? (HDMI, VGA (D-SUB), or DVI output).
- Asked by Anne-marie K from Grand Junction
- Dec 8, 2010
Yes, with the required Apple adapters,although others usually work.
- Answered by Kelly M from Blossvale
- Feb 25, 2011
Is this monitor the same as a thunder bolt
- Asked by Christopher T from Colorado Springs
- Apr 27, 2014
Yes, and no. The monitor does not have a thunderbolt port, but your thunderbolt port that is on your Yes, and no. The monitor does not have a thunderbolt port, but your thunderbolt port that is on your Mac can double as a mini display port, so you can use the thunderbolt port on your mac to connect this monitor to your computer. …
- Answered by Michael S from Marietta
- Jun 6, 2014