Always precede the technical specifications of the standard for ports and what have users in the market and daily use, and here comes the disclosure of the significant potential for connecting young and new DisplayPort 2.0 to be part of the next.
DisplayPort 2.0 supports data transfer at a speed of 80 gigabytes per second making it able to run screen with a resolution of 16K carefully (15360 x 8460) pixels at 60 Hz with the colors of the HDR.
If you don’t want to compress the video it is able to pass even the accuracy, 10K or (10240×4320) pixels at 60 Hz.
And anyone who uses two monitors at work, the house actually supports my screen 8K or my screen 4K without pressure.
In case you want to see a wider use of three screens, it is able to support accurately the 10K at 60 Hz, or three 4K monitors with a frequency of 90 Hz and without pressure.
The new product offers not only higher resolution video, but even the refresh rate of the best what makes it a perfect fit for fans of video games will be a great addition to games virtual reality.
The DisplayPort 2.0 uses the USB-C port depends on the technology Thunderbolt 3 but the connection of the two because the technology limited the data transfer speeds of up to 40 gigabytes per second.
Make the most out of the data transfer speed you need to cable special, as is the case with Thunderbolt 3.
It is worth noting that devices that support DisplayPort 2.0 will not hit markets before the second half of 2020.