If you're looking to connect a computer to a TV or monitor, your choices are HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI, and VGA. What's the best connection?
DisplayPort is a powerful display connection standard that unfortunately doesn't get taken advantage of nearly enough. Here's a list of some of the cheap monitors that do.
The Griffin Video Display Converter provides an easy way to get HDMI and DVI video from an Apple laptop.
Apple's new Thunderbolt technology uses the same DisplayPort connection that has been available in older Macs, which may be a source of confusion down the line for some users.
A look at monitors with DisplayPort CNET considers the best of the bunch.
Belkin's new AV360 video adapter lets you connect HDMI devices to your 27-inch iMac.
NEC announces new 23-inch monitor with DisplayPort.
Want HDMI connectivity from your new iMac or MacBook? You'll need a cable from Monoprice, since Apple doesn't make such an adaptor. We've got one, and we've tested it for you
Monoprice to the rescue. The company recently made available the answer to all your problems--a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter for only $14.25.
Apple has released a firmware update for people using the Mini Displayport to VGA adaptor, which is supposed to address flickering, no video signal, and other compatibility issues.