USB-C to native HDMI Cable Release
With the new release of the HDMI Alt Mode for USB Type-C connectors comes a slew of highly convenient and innovative features. Thanks to the i...more
HDMI 2.0b Overview
HDMI 2.0b is the most recent update of the digital-only interface’s specifications. As a firmware upgrade, HDMI 2.0b is fully backwards compa...more
HDMI vs DisplayPort - What Is the Difference?
High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) and DisplayPort are the latest in high-speed serial interfaces that transmit digital audio/video signal...more
What is HDMI?
HDMI stands for (High Definition Multimedia Interface). It has been around for about 10 years and was developed to be a faster and...more
Choosing optimum length HDMI cables
For many, one of the best things about the traditional analogue video formats of old was their robustness over distance – unwavering signal r...more
Spec compliant HDMI cables
Upon their release, it was believed that the specifications HDMI cables possessed only enabled them to operate at distances of up to 15 feet; anyth...more
Connection guide - HDMI and VGA cables
One of the biggest benefits of HDMI cables lies in their simplicity: setting up an HDMI based home entertainment system couldn’t be easier &n...more
HDMI 2.0a Overview
HDMI 2.0a is a further update for the High Definition Multimedia Interface. Though a minor change to the interface's specifications – in ...more
What is the Difference between HDMI and VGA?
HDMI and VGA - also known as High Definition Multimedia Interface and Video Graphics Array/Adapter - are two common video standards widely used tod...more
What is an HDMI port used for?
Display ports serve as the primary method of connectivity for cables to transfer various types of data – typically video in analogue or digit...more
What is an HDMI Extender over Cat5/6?
A High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) extender acts as a booster for an audio/video HDMI signal – utilising either Category 5 (Cat5) ...more
What is HDMI compatible with?
HDMI is compatible with DVI-I and DVI-D. DVI (Digital Visual Interface) uses an identical electrical video transmission to HDMI. This means that HD...more