Suddenly, I became interested in "Mini DisplayPort / Thunderbolt to HDMI" adapters which do not limit the capabilities of your computer - are not a "bottleneck" to the video signal. For example, they should have 2160P support. Unfortunately, common adapters (both cheap and expensive) do not provide a support for such a cool feature. I have been searching for the whole day, and found only two adapters that support it: 1) Artwizz - http://www.artwizz.de/catalog/apple/mac/macbook/Mini_DisplayPort_to_HDMI_Adapter,_16cm,_black/a-288 Ideal for all MacBook and iMac with a Mini DisplayPort and Thunderbolt Supports Full HD (1080p) and Quad Full HD (2160p) Maximum video frame size of 4096x2160 pixels (4096x2160p / 24Hz) Rugged aluminum casing protects connector from electromagnetic interference Length: 16.5 cm 2) Clicktronic - http://www.clicktronic.com/nc/en/products/hdmi/productview/mini_displayporthdmiTM_adapterkabel_casual/ Suitable for Apple MacBook/Pro/Air and other mobile devices from many other manufacturers Pure copper conductor and 2-way shielding for clear signal quality High Speed HDMI™ for 3D and HDTV up to 4K (2160p) 24 carat gold-plated contacts for minimum transmission resistance Length: 1m, 2m, 3m, 5m Their recommended retail price (Artwizz & Clicktronic with 1m length) is the same: € 30 incl. 19% VAT / € 24.3 without VAT - with current exchange rate, equal to $30.89 Surely, not everybody need such an adapter - up to 10 times more expensive than Chinese counterparts. But I am looking for my first adapter, and want it to be futureproof, so it will never limit the capabilities of my computer. Please, provide your opinion on this subject. And also, if you find some other adapters that have a support for 2160P, please tell about them!