CableKiosk offers you the best cable technology at competitive prices. Our current product range includes dual link DVI cables, HDMI to DVI adaptor cables and mini and standard DisplayPort to DVI cables from Linkqage and other manufacturers. DVI stands for Digital Video Interface. The DVI cable interface was developed by the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG) to convert analogue signals to digital signals in order to accommodate both types of monitors. It was developed for the purpose of creating an industry standard for the transfer of digital video material. The DVI interface was designed to transmit uncompressed digital video but it can be configured to handle digital-only, analogue-only or digital and analogue content. Since it can also support analogue content, DVI offers optional compatibility with VGA interfaces. In technical terms, data transmission happens by means of the transition minimised differential signaling (TMDS) protocol, which provides a digital signal from – typically – a computer’s graphics subsystem to the display unit. The DVI cable has a single plug and connector which encompasses digital and legacy VGA interfaces and also a digital-only plug. The DVI interface can handle bandwidth of over 160Mhz and can therefore support UXGA and HDTV with a single set of links. Even higher resolutions can be handled when dual links are used. The fact that DVI is compatible with both digital and analogue content – as well as other advantages – has led to it becoming the most widely accepted interface in the computer industry, beating other digital standards such as Plug and Display and Digital Flat Panel. DVI was designed to maximise the quality of output produced by flat panel LCD monitors and modern video graphics cards. Besides becoming the standard digital video computer interface, DVI was the first popular digital transfer method for HDTVs and other high-quality displays for television and DVDs. The digital television market has come to focus mostly on HDMI interfaces for high-definition media, while DVI has become the interface of choice for the computer market.