Connecting up your iPad VGA to HD 1080p HDMI can be done with an special Upscaling Adapter, this is if you want to output your iPad to 1080p HDMI displays such as HDTV, projectors, and computer monitors? There is an after market accessory that can upscale VGA outputs to even above-HD resolution of 1920×1200. It can even merge the device sound into HDMI.
The Atlona VGA to HDMI Scaler/Converter is a plug and play box that takes VGA signals from devices such as Apple’s iPad tablet, combines with audio, and outputs a HDMI signal.
The adapter detects native resolution of the display and scales the source output to match it. The VGA to HDMI converter is powered by an USB port. You should be able to use one of Apple’s wall power adapters for iPod, iPhone, and iPad, which has a usb port, for power.
There are alternative ways to get HDTV Connectivity such as Apple iPad, Component / Composite Output cables
Besides VGA output at native resolution of 1024×768, which is the standard resolution of projectors, Apple’s iPad tablet can also connect to HDTV at 576p and 480p with Apple Component AV Cable; 576i and 480i with Apple Composite AV Cable. I expect there will be numerous ways of connecting our iPads to various devices and peripherals, it is early days yet for the HDMI adapters.
Next thing to look at is the iPad 2 HDMI adapter. The iPad hdmi’ adapter is an easy iPad adapter to get your hands on. I think there is a specific iPad 2 adapter to connect up with HDMI.