HDMI, as abbreviated from High Definition Multimedia Interface, refers to an interface for transferring uncompressed digital data among devices. To make use of the HDMI, you’ll need certain types of cables as well as linking slots.

A HDMI is commonly used with high definition TVs to link to devices that produce HD signals, for example a Blu-ray playing device or a set-top box. For several digital models, especially the ones with the capability to record full HD movies, you can make use of the HDMI connector for transferring the movies to a HDTV or computer faster.

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