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DisplayPort cables are highly prevalent, DisplayPort 1.2 and higher is capable of outputting 3840 x 2160 resolutuion and can carry audio (under the assumption devices have the correct driver to support audio).

There is a small form-factor version of displayport referred to as Mini DisplayPort, which is commonly used in Apple devices and some laptops.

DisplayPort supports Nvidea's G-Sync and AMD's Freesync technologies, so gamers can have a smooth gaming experience on their gaming monitors.

It is also possible to convert Displayport to USB-C to result in a modern, lightweight cable.

DisplayPort cables cannot be converted into an ethernet cable, so they aren't utilised in video over network scenarios as much, and are more geared towards shorter distances (i.e. laptop dock to monitor).

One DP cable is capable of supplying signal to multiple monitors (an advantage over HDMI) by using a daisy chain setup.