Type D (Micro)
The introduction of High Definition (HD) marks a turning point in the history of television technology. Improving hugely on picture resolution, HD delivers exceptionally clear, crisp pictures and vivid colours and provides a wonderfully immersive viewing experience. High-Definition Multimedia Interface cables, otherwise known as HDMI cables, transmit uncompressed digital data, connecting digital audio/video sources (e.g. HD DVD players, Blu-ray Disc players, freeview boxes, game consoles like PS3 or Xbox 360, AVCHD camcorders) to your corresponding digital audio/video devices such as digital TVs, computer monitors, video projectors, tablet computers etc. A HDMI type D cable has the usual 19 pins of types A and C but shrinks the connector size resembling that of a micro-USB, or HDMI Micro, while the HDMI 1.4 version increases the maximum resolution.