1. How To Check Your DisplayPort (DP) Version
- If you're using a Windows device, you can know which version of DP you have by checking your CPU generation: DP version 1.2 if your CPU is Intel generation 10 or earlier; DP version 1.4 if your CPU is Intel generation 11 or later; DP version 1.4 if you're using a workstation laptop with an NVIDIA GPU.
- If you're using a MacBook, iMac, or iPad, you can find your DP version from the list: DP 1.4: iPad Pro (3rd generation and later), MacBook Pro ( 2017, 2019, 2020, 2021), MacBook Air (2020), MacBook Air (13-inch, M1, 2020), iMac (2017 and later), iMac Pro (2017 and later); DP 1.2: iPad Air (4th generation), MacBook Air (2018), MacBook Pro (2016), Mac mini (2018)
3. If you are using a Macbook for single display, make sure to complete following set up to get the best resolution:
Click System Settings -> Displays -> Optimize For, then choose your Monitor Connected, and set your max resolution according to your monitor devices.
Ports: Type-C to HDMI4K@60Hz*2+DP4K@120Hz*1+VGA*1+USB3.1*2+Type-C3.1*1+USB2.0*1+PD*1+RJ45*1+SD/TF*1+3.5mm*1
Input Port: Type-C
HDMI: 4K@60Hz (Max.)
PD: 100W (Max.)
Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 6.4 x 1.4 cm; 128 Grams