3 September 2021, 13:11
Asus is the first to launch products with screens certified to this specification.
20 May 2021, 12:11
Other exhibits included; ultra fast refresh, Mini LED, and reflectionless technology displays.
20 April 2021, 11:11
Advertising using this certification logo is "unapproved and deceptive," it asserts.
30 April 2020, 10:11
It will deliver 'beyond 8K' performance to USB4 and new USB Type-C devices.
26 November 2019, 11:11
But source confirms that existing G-Sync monitors won't get updated firmware to enable this.
5 September 2019, 13:21
And it tightens up the whole DisplayHDR spec, moving to v1.1.
27 June 2019, 11:11
DP 2.0 will support beyond 8K resolutions, higher refresh 4K, thanks to 3x bandwidth.
15 January 2019, 10:11
And v417.71 WHQL adds support for the new GeForce RTX 2060 graphics cards.
4 January 2019, 17:45
High Dynamic Range Standard for OLED Displays.
4 January 2019, 11:30
It is a variant of VESA DisplayHDR for OLED and future microLED displays.
15 November 2018, 11:11
Meanwhile, Intel updates its Neural Compute Stick and RealSense camera lines.
31 August 2018, 12:01
Intel's head of Discrete Graphics, Chris Hook, says "yes," Adaptive Sync is on the way.
12 December 2017, 11:31
VESA will certify three levels of HDR support; DisplayHDR 400, 600 and 1000.
2 March 2016, 10:31
The first DP standard to implement VESA Display Stream Compression (DSC) tech.
10 February 2015, 12:36
Updated eDP interface will start appearing in AiO PCs, laptops and mobile devices by 2016.
22 September 2014, 14:45
High-res video, high bit rate data and 100W of power all on a single cable and connector.
19 September 2014, 10:00
As partnerships announced to build required monitor scaler units.
16 September 2014, 14:30
32.4Gbps of bandwidth on tap, supporting 5K monitors and 4K at 120Hz.
4 July 2014, 10:56
Says that "FreeSync capable monitors are expected soon".
3 June 2014, 13:15
The standard melds USB data and power charging functions into a single display cable.
13 May 2014, 09:55
AMD says its existing Project FreeSync GPUs and APUs will be compatible.
18 January 2010, 15:04
Latest revision of the DisplayPort digital communication interface raises the maximum data transfer rate to a massive 21.6Gbps.
18 January 2010, 14:33
Doubles Performance of Existing Standard, Multi-Monitor Support over single connector, optional Bi-Directional Data Transport supporting USB 2.0 and Ethernet, Support for the Mini DisplayPort Connector and Backwards Compatibility with the ...
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