Hello, A few months ago one of my college's Mac Lab acquired a handy little cable. Based off memory, it connects to the school's Mac via Thunderbolt and the other end split into a charger, HDMI, and one other I can't recall at the moment. I've only had a few chances to be in that classroom and use the cable, so my memory is limited. I've been having trouble finding this cable on my own to purchase, as not every Mac Lab at school has one but it would be a great convenience to have one. I also own a 13" 2009 Macbook (A1181), which has a DVI port for display out -- so if there's one tailored to my model that would be even better. If not I can get a converter for the display port at least. I was thinking maybe my memory is tricking me and the the cable didn't actually split into three separate connections. Perhaps the three connections were actually three separate cables wrapped together to seem like it belonged to one. But I remember specifically checking to see that all three connections were indeed connected to the school's Mac by a single port. Several classmates have also deducted the same and connected the cable to their charging port and display port for use during class. Anywho, I hope someone knows what the heck I'm talking about and if it exists, otherwise I'm going to look very silly.