This is the second time I’ve posted this image and it was a great success. The only thing I would change is to remove the black border around the image and the red border over the image. I really don’t like the way it looks, so I would like to know if it’s a problem with the image itself or the way I posted it. Either way, I just wanted to share this with you for a more colorful image.
The only other difference between the two images I posted is the one that has black borders around the image. Here is an example of the black border over the image, and of the red border over the image.
In order to keep the image from being too bright I used a setting with a higher contrast and a lower brightness setting.
One of the most annoying things about this new HDMI2 thunderbolt display for laptops is that it only supports 4k resolution. We’re talking 1920 x 1080 pixels here, and there are two types of issues here. The first is the fact that this display only supports a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080. Since the image is going to be displayed on an LCD screen, which has a much larger resolution, it will only display at the highest possible resolutions.
The other issue is that the display is only 4:3, and since 4:3 is the standard for 1080p, that means a max resolution of only 1920 x 1080 pixels. This is fine for watching Netflix in high-definition, but if you plan on using this display for any other purpose then you need to use a higher resolution.
That’s not a problem if that’s your only issue with the display. If you plan on using this display for other purposes, then you will need to upgrade the display. But if you want to use it for only video, then you can run it at 1280 x 720, and you will be fine. If you plan on using it for some other purpose like creating an avi file, then you will need to upgrade the display.
Well, I guess there’s really no point in arguing about the resolution, because you don’t need to even worry about it. If you plan on using it for other purposes, then you will need to upgrade the display. But if you want to use it for only video, then you can run it at 1280 x 720, and you will be fine. So I guess this is just a “I don’t care about the resolution as long as its a good display” issue.
For other uses, like converting your video to a different format that you want to store on your HDTV, your monitor may need to be upgraded to HDMI 2.0.
The new Thunderbolt Display offers much greater bandwidth than the old DisplayPort, but its HDMI interface can’t support HDCP 2.2, so it may not be compatible with monitors that have HDCP 2.2 enabled.
In the new Thunderbolt 2 port, you can connect a 3.5mm headset to your Thunderbolt 2 port. If you’re a fan of the old DisplayPort port, this is a new feature that’s great for all your media needs. The new ports also allow you to connect an external video source to your Thunderbolt 2 port.