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Accell Mini Displayport to DisplayPort Multi Monitor Splitter – 2 Port MST Hub – Certified Designed for Microsoft Surface Pro

Accell Mini Displayport to DisplayPort Multi Monitor Splitter - 2 Port MST Hub - Certified Designed for Microsoft Surface Pro

  • Get Connected: Expand your desktop to 2 monitors as mirrors or dedicate to separate apps using Multi Stream Transport (MST) protocol
  • Certified Designed for Microsoft Surface Pro: Designed to work with Microsoft Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, and Surface Book
  • Self Powered: Powered by your existing computer device via the integrated USB cable. No external power supply required
  • Easy Plug-and-Play: No additional power adapters or drivers are necessary
  • 2015 CES Innovation Rewards: Accell is proud to have had the MST hub listed as an Honaree of the 2015 CES Innovation Awards

Expand Your Desktop Over Two Displays
Accell Mini Displayport to 2x DisplayPort Multi-Display MST Hub (K088B-005B) enables multi-display configuration by adding 2 DisplayPort monitors from a single Mini DisplayPort. The multi-display hub utilizes the Multi Stream Transport (MST) protocol, which supports 2 displays each at 2560×1600@60Hz or 4K@30Hz. This hub is ideal for Microsoft Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, and Surface Book, but compatible with any computer running Windows OS.

Supports Dual Mode (DisplayPort++)
Don’t have 2 DisplayPort Monitors? The Dual Mode (DP++) DisplayPort outputs allows the use passive or active adapters to convert the DisplayPort signal to single-link HDMI, VGA, or DVI signals. Accell MST Hubs make it easy to connect multiple monitors.

Features
– Provides full display performance with virtually zero latency and no display application limitations
– Works with desktop or notebook computers with a Mini DisplayPort

List Price: $ 79.99

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What customers say about Accell Mini Displayport to DisplayPort Multi Monitor Splitter – 2 Port MST Hub – Certified Designed for Microsoft Surface Pro?

  1. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works (three separate displays) with the Surface Pro 2, December 14, 2013
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    Together with two Dell E2414H monitors and two Cable Matters Gold Plated DisplayPort to DVI Cables, it has worked almost flawlessly for me. I can have three screens showing three different things (extend mode, all three displays are separate) – including 1080p YouTube clips with no dropped frames, and what feels like no extra CPU load. Every now and then though, after resume, I cannot see the Windows 8 lock screen, but in those cases I simply unplug it, unlock my Surface using the Surface screen, and plug it all back in. No big issue.

    I’ve been using it for a few days now, through restarts, random unplugging and repluggings, etc. and it has worked admirably! A tad expensive, but good nonetheless. This was the only solution I found bar purchasing monitors with DP in and out (which are rather expensive), so despite hearing of potential SP2 issues, I took the plunge. What can I say? It has worked well, and I’ll try to keep this updated if anything changes.

    If you do buy one for your Surface, I’d recommend getting a mini-DisplayPort extension cable as well – the miniDP cable is no more than a few inches.

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Does not meet description!, June 24, 2015
    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Accell Mini Displayport to DisplayPort Multi Monitor Splitter – 2 Port MST Hub – Certified Designed for Microsoft Surface Pro (Personal Computers)
    Description specifically states “can directly output single-link HDMI, VGA and DVI signals using either a passive or active adapter”, and the product heading is “Designed for Surface”. When I asked for tech support their response was “We have received reports of similar issues when using the Surface Pro 3, Accell MST Hub and non-DisplayPort monitors. Unfortunately we can only recommend using Accell DisplayPort to DVI Single-Link Active Adapters (B087B-005B) for your configuration.” This doubles the price which in my opinion is dishonest, and I have no way of knowing whether it will even work for me – they don’t say it WILL work, they just say they recommend I spend another $60 with them…
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  3. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Works okay, with many caveats., June 30, 2015
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    jeeperz

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    This product works and does what it says, but definitely comes with some caveats. It’s quite finicky, and an absolute nightmare to setup and get working properly. If you’re using this to run non-Displayport monitors, you’re in for a long day of setup and configuration. It’s not simply plug and play, more like plug and pray. I’m using it on an nVidia Quadro K2200 to support a total of 4 monitors. If the two devices you’re plugging into it are native Displayport monitors, it most likely will work without too many issues. If they’re anything else such as HDMI or DVI, chances are only one of them will work if both are the same type of connection. My current working setup is two identical RCA HDMI TVs and two Acer V246HL monitors. I have one Acer monitor connected directly to the Quadro card’s DVI port, one RCA TV direct to the card’s Displayport with an HDMI to Displayport cable, and this Accel MST hub plugged into the video card’s other Displayport. Into the MST hub, I have one RCA TV plugged in via HDMI to Displayport cable, and one Accell active Displayport to DVI adapter feeding the other Acer monitor. This is the ONLY configuration of these four devices that would work. I am a seasoned IT professional, and tried every assortment of connecting these four devices, with every passive and active adapter imaginable, this is the only way I could get 1920×1080 on 4 separate monitors. Also, this hub will do strange things with EDID information. The nVidia control panel kind of sort of knows there are four monitors but not fully in the same way as if you had four plugged straight into a video card. If EDID matters to you in your setup, this may not be the device for you. I had to export the EDID information of the RCA TV’s plugged straight into the card actually to a text file, and tell the nVidia control panel to read it from there, because somehow the use of this MST hub caused the card to not recognize that other RCA TV on reboot, requiring a physical unplugging and replugging of that display on every reboot. The order of which I plugged things into the video card and into the MST hub made a big difference in getting everything recognized properly. Also, two HDMI TVs on this MST hub flat out would not work, and two DVI monitors (with either active or passive adapters or one of each) on this MST hub flat out would not work. Also, it should be noted that it would appear that this MST hub superimposes a null audio signal onto the HDMI feed out when HDMI audio is disabled (!!!) in Windows playback devices, which is a big problem for me, because it causes the TV to think its getting audio when clearly it’s not, and will not mix in the 3.5mm analog feed. The trouble with all this newfangled Displayport stuff is that all of these caveats and technicalities are not well documented anywhere, and unfortunately the unsuspecting user like you has to turn to reviews like this for help, because you cannot just Read The (Friendly) Manual, because there isn’t one. After lots of unplugging and replugging and rebooting and whatnot, I finally have a working stable configuration, but for most users, if you are using this to go from 3 monitors to 4, you are likely better off just buying a video card with four distinct ports on it.
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