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    Thread: HDMI 2.1 standards announced in January 2017

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      HDMI 2.1 standards announced in January 2017

      HDMI 2.1 standards were announced in January 2017 and the new version is expected to be used in consumer products early in 2018.

      Improvements will include an increase in bandwidth to a whopping 48Gbps, support for video resolutions up to 10K and frame rates as
      high as 120 fps (but 2.1 cables will be required for those new resolutions and frame rates), and some other improvements which
      haven’t yet been announced.

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