Do you remember UDI - or, Universal Display Interface. It's an alternative to HDMI geared towards the video card/computer monitor industry that does the same thing, including all of HDCP, as HDMI but it doesn't cost nearly as much. When a manufacturer sticks an HDMI port on their device, it costs th...
August 14th 2006 at 9:54am
Ok fess up, who requested another digital
interface for video and audio content? Since UDI, HDMI & DVI weren't
complicated enough, VESA has come out with their own digital connector to replace VGA, DisplayPort. They originally announced it a year ago, but it is now ready to go, the only question...
May 3rd 2006 at 5:12pm
They're not stopping at version 1.2, HDMI's Licensing group today announced that they plan to add more features to the
specification in the coming year, while maintaining backwards compatibility with existing devices (believe it when I
see it). In addition to the tighter relationship with PC's via t...
January 3rd 2006 at 1:22pm
In retrospect, it's really not fair that computer monitors are stuck with that old VGA connector while HDTV's
get all the exciting new DVI and HDMI connectors, but never fear, as is seemingly all the rage
lately, a consortium has been formed to develop a new spec and implement it. The new connector,...
December 22nd 2005 at 2:07pm