I have a 25 foot less than 12 dollar cable I use from my Kindle Fire HD 7 to my HDTV @ 1080P.
With the 6 foot microHDMI to HDMI cable and a HDMI coupler it's 31 feet and just fine.
I'm sure folk will want to analyze, discuss and more but not only is it digital but Intel uses some advanced technology to keep the signals in sync.
Sorry if I don't write more but it's a cable. You can get great ones for not much money. The one I linked to is very well built with a nice nylon braid covering. Again, I'm happy with it as well as the Amazon Basics cables.
If you only shop in stores, you probably see this cable for near or over 100 bucks.
I'm very aware that with digital, you either get it, or you don't... so no need for expensive cables.
BUT... seeing a distinction on monoprice for hdmi cables, in the discription, that they're rated for 720i/1080i. Not until you get into their super-fancy-expensive stuff do you see 1080p.... Marketing ploy? I would assume that if they source is 1080p, then it should work even on cheap cables?
Looking to use 24AWG for 30ft fun.
Thanks in advance for any insight.