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  • CES 2014 DisplayPort Highlights

    • 4 months ago
    • 478 views
    Highlights from the DisplayPort booth at CES 2014
  • DisplayPort CES 2014

    • 5 months ago
    • 499 views
    Learn how one display connection can revolutionize the way you experience your content, both today and tomorrow. One Connection. Infinite Ways to Connect. Display the future with DisplayPort. The w...
  • CES 2014 Headlines HD 1080p

    • 5 months ago
    • 65 views
    CES 2014 DisplayPort Headlines featuring DockPort
  • At the DisplayPort booth in the IDF Thunderbolt Community, attendees were able to see, for the first time, multiple DisplayPort monitors driven from a single Thunderbolt 2.0 output and a 4K x 2K monitor driven at 60Hz from a single Thunderbolt output. DisplayPort 1.2, including HBR2 and multi-stream, is a new capability supported by Thunderbolt 2.0, which Intel introduced at IDF.

    IDF 2013 DP 1 2 over TBT 1080p

    • 9 months ago
    • 344 views
    At the DisplayPort booth in the IDF Thunderbolt Community, attendees were able to see, for the first time, multiple DisplayPort monitors driven from a single Thunderbolt 2.0 output. DisplayPort 1....
  • Only DisplayPort can offer this capability from a single display interface, the common configuration of laptops and many desktop systems. A desktop system configured with one or more GPU cards can accommodate three or more monitors using VGA, DVI or HDMI connectors. This feature requires DisplayPort multi-steam capability, daisy-chainable monitors or a multi-stream hub, which are becoming available. A dedicated desktop system is no longer needed as gaming laptops provide sufficient power.

    VESA Presents: DisplayPort and Tomb Raider

    • 10 months ago
    • 2,561 views
    We take an inside look at how DisplayPort is enhancing the gaming experience with games like Tomb Raider!
  • Yes, you are correct that the 4K at 60Hz DP monitors now on the market require a multi-stream enabled DisplayPort output, because these use two display processors. Some future 4K at 60Hz monitors might accept a single stream and not require multi-stream, but will still require the higher HBR2 interface rate of DisplayPort 1.2 enabled Source devices.

    VESA Presents: DisplayPort and 4K Monitors

    • 10 months ago
    • 1,499 views
    See how DisplayPort changes the way the world experiences the best visual standard through 4K monitors.
  • Hi NLPsajeeth, thanks for the comment! Assuming that you have a multi-stream enabled DisplayPort output, you can connect the laptop to multiple external 1080p monitors. But the number of monitors that you can connect, in addition to running you laptop display, will be governed by which GPU you are using.

    VESA Presents: DisplayPort and Productivity with Multistream

    • 10 months ago
    • 1,416 views
    We take a look at how your productivity can increase using multi-streaming monitors with DisplayPort.
  • Hi Max Volume, the Google Nexus 7 is currently the only phone on the market currently featuring MyDP. We expect to see more devices, both phones and tablets, appear in 2013 with MyDP support.

    MYDP CES

    • 2 years ago
    • 13,212 views
    Mobility DisplayPort (MYDP). Access Mobile Device Content on DisplayPort Monitors/TVs. Supports Full HD 2D and 3D Video
    8 Channel Uncompressed Audio. Supports Mobile Device Battery Charging While C...
  • Hi E90driver, great question! The DisplayPort MST at HBR2 (5.4Gbps/lane) over 4 lanes provides for sufficient transport bandwidth for two to three 1080p 120Hz RGB streams. So, the MST Hub can be built to handle two to three 1080p monitors at 120Hz. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

    MST Daisy Chain CES

    • 2 years ago
    • 6,679 views
    Source Device With DisplayPort 1.2 Connected to 3 DisplayPort Displays. Displays Are Daisy Chained Using STMicro Electronics Technology. Each Display Has Different Resolution and Timing.
    Displays C...
  • YCbCr is really just a form of image compression, and an easier way to provide backward compatibility with monochrome displays. For a video interface, the YCbCr format can be an effective means to increase pixel density, but again this mostly only works with natural images and not computer graphics. YCbCr is more commonly used for television (where we tend to watch natural images) and not personal computers where we tend to stare at a lot of graphics data close to our screen.

    DisplayPort Gaming

    • 3 years ago
    • 14,719 views
    DisplayPort technology provides an excellent gaming experience through multi-output graphics cards, which feature the highest resolutions and frame rates available today. This video shows an exampl...
  • Thanks for the question. We expect hubs supporting DisplayPort 1.2 with HBR2 to be available by the end of this year. While we don't sell end products, you can find all the latest certified products from our members on our product page.

    IDT Hub CES

    • 2 years ago
    • 1,067 views
    Demonstration of DisplayPort 1.2 Multi-Stream Technology (MST) using a hub. Multiple Display Support From a Single DisplayPort Connector.
    Each Display Can be Independent With Different Resolutions ...
  • Currently, content for 4Kx2K is very limited, but it is expected to grow as this resolution is more widely adopted. For more common high resolution displays like 2560x1600, the refresh rate using DisplayPort is 120Hz with 30 bit color.

    4K x 2K CES

    • 2 years ago
    • 1,632 views
    DisplayPort HBR2 enables 4K x 2K on a single cable. 1920 x 1080 is the standard resolution for TVs today. DisplayPort High Bit Rate 2 (HBR2) enables 4X resolution compared to today's standards. Nex...
  • Thanks for the question! the hub in this video is not a multi-stream hub. With a DisplayPort v1.2 multi-stream hub, the image would appear as individual displays unless you go into your control panel settings and change it to extended desktop across all displays.

    DisplayPort Hub Repeater

    • 3 years ago
    • 15,373 views
    By using a monitor hub, DisplayPort is able to divide signals across three separate monitors through one connector. With DisplayPort, you can also display the same image across multiple monitors us...
  • DisplayPort enabled projectors can be found on our products database page on our website.

    Active Cable CES

    • 2 years ago
    • 230 views
    DisplayPort Supports Passive Cables up to 15 Meters. DisplayPort Supports Active Cables Greater Than 15 Meters at High Bit Rates.
    For Long Distance Applications Fiber Optic Cables are Available.
  • eDP With PSR CES

    • 2 years ago
    • 659 views
    Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) with Panel Self-Refresh (PSR). Will give consumers extended battery life in portable devices--Tablets, Notebooks and Ultrabooks.
  • Thunderbolt CES

    • 2 years ago
    • 519 views
    Thunderbolt™ Technology: Video By DisplayPort. Thunderbolt™ Output
    Supports both Thunderbolt and DisplayPort Connections (Automatic Detection / Mode Change). Thunderbolt™ Transports DisplayPort Vi...
  • Hi there. That would be 2x the resolution. Let us know if you need any more information!

    DisplayPort Resolution

    • 3 years ago
    • 1,646 views
    DisplayPort technology enables twice the resolution of most TVs today, or 2 x 1080p as shown in this video.
  • CES 2011: DisplayPort Demos Eyefinity with Just Cause

    We all know AMD's Eyefinity is an impressive technology, and at CES 2011, DisplayPort had a nice Eyefinity setup using Diamond's Radeon HD 5870 video card.
  • DisplayPort Audio & TV

    • 3 years ago
    • 3,254 views
    DisplayPort allows you to stream multi-channel audio over a single cable to a monitor. You can also connect computers to TVs with DisplayPort's adapters, while still achieving 1080p resolution and ...
  • DisplayPort Versatility

    • 3 years ago
    • 915 views
    DisplayPort's extremely versatile technology supports most displays using an adapter or cable. DisplayPort has adapters and connectors for a variety of displays including DVI, VGA and HDMI, as desc...
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