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The DVI interface has been the primary video interface over the last few years, but the competing interfaces are growing stronger and stronger. It started with HDMI, which has more or less taken over on the home electronics market, and is starting gain on DVI on the computer market. DisplayPort is also coming up on DVI and according to analysts at In-Stats, DVI will drop considerably in 2008. Even if DisplayPort is hardly making things easier for DVI, it’s HDMI which is causing the most harm to DVI’s dominance.



”The firm predicted that the DVI interface will decline from 112 million device shipments in 2007 to just 3 million device shipments in 2011. The killer? The current wave of support for HDMI, which will be included on 143 million devices this year, In-Stat said.”

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