DisplayPort 2.0 monitors are delayed until later this year due to the pandemic – The Verge

“In 2020 VESA had no PlugTests, which has slowed the implementation of DisplayPort 2.0,” describes a VESA representative. DisplayPort 2.0 is crucial not just for 8K, but also to usher in enhanced refresh rates and HDR support at higher resolutions. While we await DisplayPort 2.0’s arrival, HDMI 2.1 screens are beginning to appear more regularly., a 28-inch 4K monitor with an IPS display screen, HDMI 2.1 assistance, and a 144Hz refresh rate with FreeSync Premium.

“In 2020 VESA had no PlugTests, which has actually slowed the release of DisplayPort 2.0,” discusses a VESA spokesperson. DisplayPort 2.0 is important not simply for 8K, however also to usher in enhanced refresh rates and HDR assistance at greater resolutions. While we await DisplayPort 2.0’s arrival, HDMI 2.1 displays are beginning to appear more routinely.

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