HDMI 2.1 Monitors
HDMI 2.1 allows gaming monitors to reach for the stars in very impressive performance, such as 4K at 160Hz and more.
The ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG42UQ gaming monitor is absolutely beautiful: 41.5-inch 4K 138Hz OLED panel, that needs to be married to the GeForce RTX 4090.
TCL's new 55-inch Mini LED gaming TV: 4K 120FPS through HDMI 2.1 is a fantastic alternative to LG's flagship OLED gaming TVs.
Eve Spectrum (ES07D03) promises it all: 4K 144Hz + 1ms response time + HDMI 2.1 for your Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5, too.
The new ASUS ROG Strix XG43UQ gaming monitor utilizes HDMI 2.1 tech: 4K 120/144Hz for next-gen GPUs and next-gen consoles.
Which HDMI 2.1 monitor is best for you? 4K 120Hz is now an option for many gamers, ready for your next-gen GeForce or Radeon GPU.
Do you have the need to increase monitor output from your laptop? Well, read on as Tyler tells us about the Diamond MDS3900 DisplayLink Ultra Dock device.
Google's Chromecast took the world by storm just over a month ago, but will it manage to impress us at TweakTown?
Analogix Semiconductor's SlimPort cable connects your compatible smart device up to your TV with ease. Let's dig in and take a close look.
The IOGEAR looks suspiciously like Warpia's own wireless HDMI solution. Will the experience be any better?
One which has unfortunately led to consumer confusion. Ben takes a look at what the latest version, 1.4 adds to the experience.
We've got two graphics cards on the table from Leadtek today which are most suited to HTPCs with their residing HDMI.
We give you a rundown of nVidia vs. AMD drivers when using your graphics card for setting up HDMI display on your HDTV.
HDMI has been around for a while and we finally check it out on the PC with graphics cards from a range of companies.
Ask the Experts: Charles built a new rig and is having trouble connecting the HDMI cable due to it being partly blocked.
Windows 8's shipping driver for Intel HD graphics has issues with HDMI audio output, here's a fix.