Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a technology that supplies high visual quality across all digital devices including computer, HDTV, LCD and any unit that has a display screen.
The most usual DVI purpose is inter-connecting two monitors so you can use both as one computer.
If your laptop has an HDMI cable out-port can also connect the DVI cable a HDMI cable if your laptop has only a HDMI cable out port. You can also inter-connect your television set to your computer.
HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface. This shares some qualities with DVI technology because it also transfers audio and video data between electronic units. HDMIs cables also connects such units to computers.
DVI is an acronym for Digital Visual Interface and supplies high quality visual data to digital devices like computers and LCDs – any unit with the ability to display images. The most common usage for DVIs is inter-connecting two computer monitors to use both simultaneously as one computer. If your laptop has just an HDMI out-port, you connect the DVI cable to an HDMI cable. You can also inter-connect your television set to your computer.
HDMI means High-Definition Multimedia Interface, a similar technology to DVI which also inter-connects electronic devices for the purpose of transferring audio and video data. This HDMI cable can also be used to connect any device with your laptop or computer.
So, what’s the difference?
Ultimately, an HDMI is superior because the technology used is more sophisticated, and it carries a few subtle features, such as Consumer Electronics Control. You can operate one-touch command, including one-toucghrecord and play, through numerous inter-linked audio and video devices.
It’s recommended that you keep HDMIs and DVIs away from power cords, at least 6 inches – to prevent signal strength becoming affected. Avoid letting them become tangled to protect the sensitive inner construction of the leads.