Incorporated's HDMI Type D (Micro)
connector is a miniaturized connector solution designed to help
deliver high definition video and images from mobile devices to flat panel
screens. The connector, which meets all of the electrical and mechanical
specifications of the HDMI Specification 1.4a released in March 2010, will
provide significant benefits to the digital still camera and mobile device
The new Type D (Micro)
connector is about half the size of the Type C (Mini) HDMI connector version,
but delivers equivalent mechanical strength and electrical characteristics.
Mobile phone and consumer customers have expressed strong interest in this new
technology that will enable users to display higher definition video, photos
and other content from their mobile devices onto full-size flat panel TV
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