Microsoft Surface Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter

(10 customer reviews)


Compatible Devices Windows 11 Home/Pro / Windows 10/8.1*
Specific Uses For Product Business, personal
Connector Type USB 3.0
Connector Gender Female-to-Female
Color Original Version

  • Connect to your network using the surface USB 3.0 Ethernet adapter.
  • Data transfer rates up to 1 Gbps – up to 10x faster than USB 2.0.
  • Compatible with all surface models.
  • Works with Windows 10 and 8.1.
  • Speed – Ethernet 10/100 Mbps. Power draw – 100mA or less @5V
SKU: B06ZZNPHQX Category:


Connect to your network using the surface USB 2.0 Ethernet adapter with data transfer rates of up to 1 Gbps — up to 10X faster than USB 2.0. Wake on LAN capability means you can run updates while your device is asleep. Indicator light confirms data transfer. Compatible with Windows 10 and 8.1, and all surface models.Connector type : DisplayPort 1.2 Standard (male), HDMI 2.0 Standard (female). Resolution : 3840 x 2160p @60Hz, Compatible with Thunderbolt and Audio pass-thru for uncompressed digital 7.1, 5.1, or 2 channels.

Additional information

Dimensions 0.66 × 0.86 cm



‎USB 3.0 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter

Item model number


Operating System

‎8 . 1,Windows 10

Item Weight

‎1.6 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎12 x 0.66 x 0.86 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎12 x 0.66 x 0.86 inches


‎Original Version





Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎April 24, 2017


‎Microsoft, ‎Microsoft Surface Accessories – PC

10 reviews for Microsoft Surface Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter

  1. Rick DelGreco

    Does the jobI used the adapter to go from the Mini DisplayPort on my Surface to an HDMI cable. It worked fine but the connection to the Surface was a little loose, pressure/tension on the table could cause it to lose contact. Otherwise it was fine.

  2. Amanda

    A must haveI recently had to switch up my home office and needed to connect to a larger monitor. The Surface is just too small for me to work on day to day. This adapter was exactly what I needed to connect. Works very well for my needs.

  3. elijah pitman

    Microsoft CablesThis cable worked great connecting my Surface tablet to the docking station.

  4. Michael Cooper

    Wrong Part ReceivedHad to ask for a refund due to receiving the wrong part. There are two part numbers referenced in the product information section. The correct part number (EJR-00002) is referenced. The problem I believe is due to the item model number (EJT-00001) being incorrect. EJT-00001 is a mini-display port to HDMI adapter. I received two mini DP to HDMI adapters which I returned. I reordered the part again before I found the incorrect model number, so I may be getting the wrong parts again tomorrow. Hopefully this gets noticed and corrected before I wind up with the wrong parts again. Not really complaining here, just trying to help clean up the system. 👍

  5. Amazon Customer

    It works.It works.

  6. Angelina

    WARNING!!! Description & Image Don’t Match Actual ProductI have a Surface Laptop 2 and recently bought this “DisplayPort to HDMI” cable to connect to an external monitor. Upon receiving the package, I waited 4-5 days roughly, it turned out to be a USB 3.0 Gigabyte Ethernet Extender/Adapter Cord. Now looking into the product description it shows ethernet, and USB YET it still promotes the product as a USB 2.0 DisplayPort to HDMI cable which is very misleading. It even has a picture to go alongside it. I trusted the product as it came directly from Microsoft but it seems like I shouldn’t have.Ultimately I returned this product and will be purchasing it through BestBuy since they have the proper item and the details match it. A lesson is to be learned;1. Read carefully.2. This product needs to be updated to reflect what the customer is buying.

  7. Andrew Garcia

    Works well, no complaintsI got exactly what was advertised, no complaints. It is only a few inches long.

  8. Carlos Soriano

    Extended monitor GREATEasy too install and it works perfectly with my iPad


    Works Great!Arrived on time. Took it out of the box. Hooked it up to an ethernet cable from my router and to my Surface Pro; turned on the Surface Pro and voila! Internet! No other set up needed!

  10. Richard Hopkins

    No 4KCouldn’t run a 4K monitor from my Surface Book 3 (highest model) with the Surface Dock.

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