The latest version of HDMI cable has been released recently in the market and the good news for all the gamers is that the brand new HDMI 2.1 cable comes with Xbox Sequence X, PlayStation 5 or Xbox Sequence S which is able to recreate in 4K at 120 Hz.
HDMI 2.1 is an updated version of previous HDMI cable which expands the HDMI bandwidth as much as 48Gbps. It also permits flexibility in a wide range of excellent features like VRR (variable refresh fee), eARC (enhanced audio return channel) and ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode).
Additionally, it helps to improve the refresh rate charges and excessive decisions like 4K120 and 8K60. It is quite definite that it will improve the console gaming considerably.
HDMI cable and TV Cable have to help HDMI 2.1 which unlocks these options. Nilay Patel, Chris Welch and Dieter Bohn, all three experts talked about these HDMI 2.1 standards in an interview for a special Vergecast Holiday Episode.
In this special episode, these experts discussed various factors like essential factors to look at while buying a new TV, seriousness of the TV manufacturers about integrating the new HDMI 2.1 in TV sets and the whole process of implementation of these new standards throughout this industry.
Chris and Dieter have a word with aforementioned Samit Sarkar regarding the state of TVs, availability of HDMI 2.1 and next-generation gaming in consumer tech at the moment.