Atlona’s AT-HD620 is an HDMI to Mini DisplayPort Converter capable of up-converting incoming video signals to dual-link resolutions up to 2560×1440.
According to the company, the product solves compatibility issues that have been plaguing HDMI users looking to take advantage of the technologies offered in new Mini DisplayPort displays, such as the Apple iMac 27 and Apple 24-inch LED. The new AT-HD620 will scale any HDMI input to match native resolution of either display.
With the AT-HD620, a host of new image enhancing technologies are available to users looking to connect an HDMI source to an MDP display. The unit features an HDCP compliant HDMI input, as well as a Mini DisplayPort input that functions as a pass through for Mini DisplayPort sources.
This unit can switch between the two inputs, allowing users to use both a connected Mini DisplayPort computer such as a MacBook Pro, MacPro, MacMini or any others as well as an HDMI source such as a PS3, AppleTV, Xbox 360, etc.
The AT-HD620 also will scale, or up-convert any resolution, including 1080P, to Dual-link resolutions up to 2560×1440. This converter supports 3-D motion video adaptive and 3-D de-interlacing to provide the best converted image possible while providing less than a single frame delay.
The HD620 will be unveiled at the 2010 InfoComm Expo along with a host of new Mini DisplayPort products. The unit began shipping by May 1, 2010, with an MSRP of $279.