CES 2017: HDMI Forum Announces HDMI 2.1 with 8K Resolution: Second by second CES 2017 getting excited as a popular announcement from a brand like LG and Sony fantasies whole CES as both these companies announce various Display which really amazing. Talking about LG which has recently announce LG UltraFine Displays which 5K display but VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) which is know for display ports like VGA, DVI and Display Port as announcing their new DisplayPort interface for 8K display resolution. While HDMI forum also today announces HDMI spec 2.1 which sports 8K resolutions as well. As 8K Resolution Display is future of the industry as still no tv and display are here but more announcement may hold at CES 2017.

HDMI 2.1 With 8K Resolution:

As 8K display has praise better pixel and better sound for mainstream consumer space. While DisplayPort also brings some interesting things like HBR 3 (High Bit Rate 3) which mean more power as this sounds interesting for MacBook Pro users.

HDMI 2.1 Bandwidth Comparison
HDMI 2.1 Bandwidth Comparison

As this is a major upgrade which made HDMI 2.1 better than the previous update like 2.0b. New HDMI 2.1 support 8K resolution at 60Hz and 4K resolution at 120Hz as new 48Gbps cable which allows HDMI to allow this kind of insane power. HDMI 2.1 has backward compatibility to previous HDMI port which made this device really amazing.

HDMI 2.1 has brought various improvement to include dynamic HDR to HDMI side which really means too much awesome like next gen gaming also bringing HDR to gaming to it is exciting to see what HDMI brings to us.

Talking about dynamic HDR HDMI forum explains that the video is rally details than previous, each depth and details are fairly well. HDR also brings higher brightness, contrast, and wider color gamut so it interesting to see what other things HDMI 2.1 offer in future. To know more about CES 2017 stay with Tech Awareness for more news and announcements.


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