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Bao Xin ] 6 In 1 HDMI Dock Adapter Camera Connection Kit AV USB Cable Card Reader for iPhone iPad iPod -White by Bao Xin

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  • Brand New and High quality. High transmission speed
  • Support SD, Micro SD/TF, USB, Micro USB and HDMI Out
  • Support IOS 4.3 and IOS 5.0
  • Support HDMI output 720P/1080P and high definition (The MAX definition iPad 2 supported is 1080P, while iPad 1, iPhone 4/4S and iPod Touch 4 supported is 720P)(iPad 4 not available)
  • Perfectly support new released Apple iPad 2 and iPhone 4S! Apple iPad 1, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4 need to finish jailbreak and install “Displayout”



This item will certainly surprise you with its powerful and magical functions: can connect your iPad 1/2 with HDMI cable, your digital camera, PC/MAC, USB Connector, Keyboard, SD/Micro SD Card, USB Card Reader, AV cable and so on! Mini in size, and powerful in functions!

Send audio and video from ipad to TV, the function is apply to iphone/ipod touch/nano/classic
Import photos to ipad attaching digital camera or USB flash disk, support PC keyboard input
Sync data and charge through a mini USB data cable, the function is apply to iphone/ipod touch/nano/classic
Import photos from SD card or Micro SD card to ipad
Transport videos and photos from digital camera or USB flash disk to iPad
Included AV cable enable you to watch videos, movies and photo slideshows on your big screen HDTV or regular TV
Camera Connection Kit Size: Approx. 84mm x 30mm x 14mm
AV Cable length: Approx. 1.6m
USB Cable length: Approx. 1m


This adapter support only version 4.3 or above and achieve perfect synchronization. So please update your Apple device to latest version 4.3! Please kindly make sure the HDMI Port of your TV is version 1.3 or above! Since the high requirement, please also be sure that your HDMI cable is of good quality and version 1.2 or above!

Apple iPad has a form of digital copy protection that will prevent protected media, such as DRM-infused iTunes movies, from playing back on devices that aren't compliant with the new priority protection measures. The Intel-developed technology is called High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) and aims to prevent copying of digital audio and video content as it travels across a variety of display connectors, even if not in violation of fair use laws.


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