A proprietary A/V signal transmitter, HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface. HDMI standards transmit uncompressed video data and digital audio data from an HDMI-compliant video source device such as a display controller to a compatible computer monitor, video projector, digital television, or digital audio device.
The new college term is starting up for students this Fall, and the consensus is the same – tech in dorm rooms is ready for an upgrade. With technology being incorporated more and more into both the learning environment and students’ everyday lifestyles, this is the perfect time to invest in the practical, useful, and functional tech.
With the right collection of docks, adapters and accessories, you can quickly transform a dorm room from a quick pit stop location into a central hub for studying, entertaining, creating, gaming and more. So, this fall, forego the dime-a-dozen LED strips, and instead try out some approachable tech that will take your dorm from a dud to somewhere you want to a functional hang out and effective workplace.
As defined by the USB-Implementers Forum, the USB4 specification is the next generation of USB performance. With constant advances in technology becoming expected by everyday consumers, higher data performance is necessary to facilitate the digital experience they need.
Expanding on its predecessors’ (USB 3.2 and 2.0) progressive architectures, the USB4 specification was designed to offer the highest USB bandwidth available to extend USB-C performance. USB4 offers a connection that provides the best possible bandwidth while still maintaining compatibility with existing USB 3.2, USB 2.0, and Thunderbolt™ 3 hosts and devices.