Everyone is excited about DVI. And for the PowerPoint world it is important to be in-the-know as it has become a mainstay in connecting projectors and monitors to our computers for presentations.

Yes, it does mean an all digital signal. No, most people cannot see a difference between it and a analog signal. But as the image moves to more hi-def, especially with lots of motion (think PowerPoint animations, motion paths, slide transitions, etc), there is a difference to be seen. So know your DVI before investing in new hardware, or being asked advice.

There are 3 flavors of DVI:
DVI-A (Digital Video Interface, Analog)
DVI-D (Digital Video Interface, Digital)
DVI-I (Digital Video Interface, Integrated)

– Troy @ TLC