VESA at CES 2023 - product demos with DisplayPort 2.1 support and others
5 January 2023, 02:14:19
In addition to showcasing DisplayPort 2.1 certified video sources and display devices that support DisplayPort UHBR ultra-high bit rates and 8K-and-beyond resolution, VESA will also present commercially available products that have been certified to its recently announced Adaptive-Sync Display and ClearMR standard and logo programs, which address front-of-screen variable refresh rate and motion blur performance, respectively. VESA will also showcase products certified to the highest performance tier levels of its DisplayHDR and DisplayHDR True Black standard and logo programs, which provide a clear set of metrics for high dynamic range (HDR) performance for LCD and emissive displays.
VESA also announces that it has added new performance tiers to its ClearMR standard and logo program. ClearMR provides consumers with a true quality metric for grading motion blur performance for LCD and OLED panels, TVs, desktop monitors and embedded displays. The new performance tiers, ranging from ClearMR 10000 through ClearMR 13000, represent a higher range of blur performance based on the ratio of clear pixels versus blurry pixels as a percentage. For example, ClearMR 13000 – the highest new performance tier – is defined as a CMR range of 125-135 times (12500 to 13500 percent) more clear pixels than blurry pixels. VESA will showcase a new ClearMR 13000 certified monitor at CES.
VESA product demonstrations highlighting the benefits of VESA's display standards for computing, digital displays, and consumer electronics include:
- DisplayPort 2.1 Enabling 8K-and-Beyond Resolution – VESA will showcase a PC gaming demo powered by the AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX graphics card with the new AMD Radiance Display Engine that supports DisplayPort 2.1, and Samsung's new 57-inch Odyssey Neo G9 8K2K 240Hz monitor operating at DisplayPort UHBR13.5 link rates. Also on hand will be the new VMM9430 multi-stream transport (MST) hub from Synaptics for docking station and digital signage applications, which can support up to four 4K 144Hz or two 8K/10K 60Hz displays when coupled with a DisplayPort 2.1 graphics source using VESA's visually lossless Display Stream Compression (DSC) standard. Display transport through DisplayPort, with its higher bit rates and proven visual quality of DSC compression even for HDR content, offers ample bandwidth for the needs of virtually every practical application.
- ClearMR – VESA will showcase the LG UltraGear OLED 240Hz curved gaming monitor (45GR95QE), which is the first model to be certified to the newly added and highest ClearMR tier, ClearMR 13000. Also on display will be the MSI Raider GE67 HX OLED 240Hz QHD gaming laptop, certified to the ClearMR 9000 tier.
- Adaptive-Sync Display – The LG 45GR95QE curved gaming monitor and MSI Raider GE67 HX laptop have also been certified to the AdaptiveSync Display 240 performance tier of VESA's Adaptive-Sync Display standard. The Adaptive-Sync Display standard allows consumers to easily compare variable refresh rate performance of displays supporting the VESA Adaptive-Sync protocol. It also establishes a product compliance logo program comprising two performance tiers: AdaptiveSync Display, which is focused on gaming with significantly higher refresh rates and low latency; and MediaSync Display, which is designed for jitter-free media playback supporting all international broadcast video formats.
- DisplayHDR – VESA will showcase several commercially available monitors for the gaming and professional industries that highlight the high contrast ratio, color accuracy and vibrancy enabled by HDR and incorporate VESA's DisplayHDR and DisplayHDR True Black standards. These include the ASUS ROG Swift PG32UQX 4K UHD 144Hz gaming monitor, and the MSI Raider GE67 HX OLED 240Hz QHD gaming laptop, the latter of which in addition to receiving ClearMR and Adaptive-Sync Display certification has also been certified to the highest DisplayHDR True Black 600 tier. DisplayHDR and DisplayHDR True Black are the display industry's first fully open standards specifying HDR quality for LCD and emissive displays, respectively, with more than 1000 devices certified to date.
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