This article discusses the future of audio/visual connector cords as Ultra HD devices hit the consumer electronics market. These Ultra HD devices have four times the resolution of 1080p. Certain high-performance HDMI cords can accommodate some Ultra HD signals, but industry experts wonder if HDMI cords will remain the connector cord standard-bearer in years to come. Alternatives to current HDMI connectors include HDBaseT, which extends HDMI over Cat-5 cable, DisplayPort, which Apple Thunderbolt is a variant of, and HDMI 2.0, which is currently under development. The article examines the pros and cons of each technology.
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