Saturday, January 3, 2015

Brief Introduction of DVI

With the surprisingly rapid development of science and technology, enormous high-tech equipment is emerging in today’s electronics market. To be honest, people do have more digital resources to deal with in their daily life. We have come into the electronic age. Almost everything in our life can go digital, which does bring us a lot of benefits and conveniences. However, we can never handle so much digital resources successfully without decent equipment. Therefore, DVI, short for Digital Visual Interface, emerges as a standardized digital interface for us to cope with digital resources.

DVI, a newly-popular interface widely used in practice, is designed to help people make the most of the quality of flat panel LCD monitors and high-end video graphic cards. With people’s requirements becoming more and more demanding, the outmoded P&D Plug & Display standard can no longer satisfy people and thus have been discarded. It is an improvements of the digital-only DFP format for older panels. More and more video card manufacturers begin producing cards with DVI output ports for DIV enjoys increasing popularity among consumers. As a matter of fact, most cards purchased in the electronics market now include both a VGA and a DVI output port. On the other hand,not only can DVI be used as the computer interface, but also it can work to transfer digital resources coming from HDTV, EDTV, Plasma Display, and other ultra-high-end video displays for TV, movies, and DVDs. It is safe to say that DVI is playing an increasingly important role in our daily life. You are supposed to use DVI. Nonetheless, it is not advisable for you to discard all your old cables which are not compatible with DVI at once. You just need to pay attention to the compatible cables closely and try your best to utilize it.