DisplayPort cables can carry both digital DVI and analog VGA signals within the same cable along with 24-bit audio and USB at farther distances and less expensively than other cable types. Thanks to efficient design considerations, DisplayPort has achieved breakthroughs in lower costs and ease of use.
DisplayPort's freely licensed 128-bit copy protection scheme further open up new possibilities for AV enthusiasts, installers and developers alike while retaining legacy support for the 40-bit HDCP standard.
Broad industry support for DisplayPort is under way from major industry leaders. New DisplayPort devices are being introduced on the market with ever higher resolutions and refresh rates. DisplayPort technology provides performance scalability for these future developments.
- Supports 1920x1200 resolution
- Carries both digital DVI and analog VGA signals
- Lower costs and ease of use
- 128-bit copy protection scheme further open up new possibilities for AV enthusiasts, installers and developers
- Provides performance scalability for developments in high quality displays with ever higher color depths and higher refresh rates