This is one to take note of – possibly more than all the previous posts on VGA, DVI, HDMI (and others not discussed such as SDI, etc.). DisplayPort is a NEW display standard that was approved by VESA in May of this year (2006).
DisplayPort is a one-stop connector solution that looks to be implemented across the board on LCD monitors, CRTs, Plasma TVs, projectors, etc. It looks similiar to the HDMI connector and it transmits both high-definition video and multichannel audio.
The reason it looks to be the next big thing is it already has the support of big companies like HP, Dell, ATI, Nvidia, Phillips, Samsung and many others. Remember, you heard it here.
– Troy @ TLC