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Just when you thought you had a grasp on modern technology, another new standard is introduced. In the near future (?) you’ll begin seeing plugs in camcorders and other A/V devices that none of your other cables will fit in. This is most likely a variation on the new HDMI 1.3 standard called a mini-HDMI connector. It is similar in shape to the current HDMI plug, but a little smaller.

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A new mini-HDMI connector next to the current HDMI plug

In addition to the cute new form factor, the HDMI 1.3 standard increases the current HDMI standard’s bandwidth from 165 MHz, or about 4.95 gigabits per second, to 340 MHz, or about 10.2 gigabits per second. Basically, this means you get a more consistent, clean audio and video signal from point A to point B.

So prepare for the up-and-coming technology, likely to be released with major A/V hardware providers like Sony. And when you see it, don’t freak out, just contact us with any questions you may have about mini HDMI and mini HDMI cables.

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