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Tuesday, 18 September 2007 09:06

Display port pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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IDF 2007: Possibly backward compatible


This year will be the year of Display port, the new VESA digital display interface. It is a licence free audio and video connection and will be used mainly as a connection between the display and the computer or the computer and a home entertainment system.


It wont be natively compatible with HDMI or DVI, but there will be a workaround to make it work, much like DVI can be connected to an HDMI or D-Sub display. 


This is what it looks like and everyone including Nvidia, ATI and Intel will go down the Display port road in 2008.


 

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