DisplayPort 2.0 Released with Amazing Capabilities

The Video Electronics Standards Association introduced DisplayPort 2.0 technology. DisplayPort 2.0, with its superior display capabilities, stands out for its multi-screen usage. Scientists continue to work to bring new technologies to the service of humanity and many new technologies are entering our lives with each passing day. The Video Electronic Standards Association (VESA) today announced DisplayPort 2.0, which will bring a new dimension to imaging technology. 

Specifications

Let’s get to know the overall structure of DisplayPort 2.0 before moving on to its superior display capabilities. First of all, DisplayPort 2.0 will have a USB-C type cable and will work on Thunderbolt 3 technology. Although Thunderbolt 3 technology is used in the 40 Gbps bandwidth, DisplayPort 2.0 is unidirectional, which means that it can be used in 80 Gbps bandwidth. In addition, a DisplayPort 2.0 cable will be able to transmit data, video and power simultaneously. Following these technical details, let’s look at the impressive image transfer features of Display Port 2.0.

The 16K screen resolution is still not fully understood for most of us. Some argue that even lower resolutions are more than sufficient, while others argue that this technology is unnecessary, suggesting the size of the screen, which will provide a full 16K resolution. However, DisplayPort 2.0 clearly demonstrates that technology manufacturers are committed to 16K resolution displays. This is because DisplayPort 2.0 technology is designed to support 16K screen resolution. In addition, the DisplayPort 2.0 is capable of up to 2 different 8K displays, and runs smoothly at a screen refresh rate of 120 Hz. In addition, DisplayPort 2.0 technology performs well in different display combinations. Accordingly DisplayPort 2.0 technology;

  • 60 Hz, which displays the screen in a single 16K (15360 × 8460 pixels) resolution
  • 60 Hz, which displays the screen in a single 10K (10240 × 4320 pixels) resolution
  • 120 Hz, on two different 8K (7680 × 4320 pixels) displays
  • Two different 4K (3840 × 2160 pixels) resolution displays at 144 Hz,
  • Three different 10K (10240 × 4320 pixels) displays at 60 Hz
  • Three different 4K (3840 × 2160 pixels) screens will offer 90 Hz.

It was stated that DisplayPort 2.0 supported products will enter our lives at the end of 2020.

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