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Press Release Brings DVI and USB-C™ Together

April 14, 2016

USB-C DVI Adapter

Lockbourne, OH - April 4, 2016 - has announced the release of a new USB-C to DVI Adapter (SKUs: CDP2DVI & CDP2DVIW), available in black and white. The adapter further extends’s USB-C line, helping users utilize the USB-C port on their laptop and use their existing DVI cables.

The USB-C to DVI Adapter offers users the ability to continue using their existing DVI cables to connect a USB-C laptop, such as a MacBook, Chromebook™ or Dell XPS™ laptop to a DVI projector or monitor.

The adapter is especially useful for IT departments and professionals who need to quickly reconfigure their current workstations to accommodate a new USB-C laptop or Ultrabook™. The compact design of the adapter makes it easy for users to connect their USB-C device, while traveling or working in “Bring Your Own Device” environments where space is limited.

“Our USB-C to DVI adapter extends our line of USB-C products and gives users more cost-saving options for their USB-C enabled laptop, by letting them use their existing cables,” said Karishma Punwani, Product Manager at

MSRP for the USB-C to DVI Adapter is $41.99 USD, $59.99 CAD and £30.99 (ex. VAT) in the UK.

The USB-C to DVI Adapter is available at CDW,,, PC Connection, and Insight and will be distributed by Ingram Micro, SYNNEX, Tech Data, D&H and ASI.

About USB-C

In addition to carrying the DisplayPort 1.2 and Thunderbolt™3 signal, the USB-C connector is more versatile than other USB connectors and offers a wide variety of benefits. To learn more about USB-C and its technology, please visit:

About is an ISO9001:2015 registered manufacturer of hard-to find connectivity parts including A/V products, computer parts, cables and server management solutions. Founded in 1985, has locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Europe, Japan and Australia, servicing a worldwide market.

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