HDMI is the de facto standard digital interface for HD.

Micro HDMI is fully backward compatible with DVI compliant devices.  A DVI signal is electrically compatible with the video part of a HDMI signal; no signal conversion is required when an adapter or asymmetric cable is used, and consequently no loss in video quality occurs.[3] As such, Micro HDMI is backward-compatible with Digital Visual Interface digital video (DVI-D or DVI-I, but not DVI-A) as used on modern computer monitors and graphics cards. Micro HDMI is the interface for convergence of PC and consumer electronics devices: HDMI enables PCs to deliver premium media content including high definition movies and multi-channel audio formats.  Some older PCs with DVI are designed only to support computer monitors, not televisions.  Consumers buying a PC with DVI should make sure that it specifically includes support for television formats and not just computer monitors.

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