VIVIFY HDMI cables are tested in real-life with visual inspection for any flicker, blackout, or other abnormalities that may occur when devices are connected. In the tables below, different scenarios were recreated.
All VIVIFY fiber optic HDMI cables have to pass two rounds of functionality tests before going to market. A functionality test is performed during the design verification stage with a second verification test done after mass production.
As we increasingly depend on smart devices, fast charging technology becomes a necessity to keep us going.
VIVIFY’s impedance test estimates the life expectancy of a product by connecting and disconnecting the cable 10,000 times.
DPL 4K Certification for 4K 18G Deep Color and the Significance of 18 Gbps Throughput
How much force can our cables withstand without losing signal? The XENOS W30 was tested to endure just over 450 kgf...
Fiber optic cables are the HDMI cables of the future. Using light as the transmission medium, our HDMI 2.0b cables are able to perfectly....
HDMI 2.0 increased the maximum bandwidth to 18 Gbit/s to allow for 4K video at 60 Hz with HDR.
HDMI 2.1 offers higher resolutions, high quality and uncompressed audio, and improved video signal with supports for 48Gbps bandwidth, 4K120Hz, and even 8K60Hz.
If you’re still using old HDMI cables it may be time to upgrade as both the next-gen Xbox codenamed Project Scarlett and the PS5...
If you were glued to Breaking Bad when its popularity swept the nation you probably watched it on broadcast television at 480i (720×480)
“PC Master Race” may be a tongue-in-cheek joke about how PC gaming is superior to console gaming but that gap is closing as TV...
New HDMI2.1 features, which is useful and which is useless?
With HDMI 2.1 and 8K video around the corner, we thought we’d take a look at the difference between fiber optic and copper based cables
VIVIFY unveiled the world’s first true 8K fiber optic HDMI gaming cable with the ARQUUS W75. With full support for 8K60Hz and 4K120Hz, 8K HMDI offers super high resolution and refresh rate to provide the best gaming experience.
BKSTEC, a world-leading manufacturer of high-quality fiber optic cables, announces the new VIVIFY ARQUUS W73, which meets DPL Labs’ highest 4K certification standard for 4K compatibility, bandwidth of 18Gbps and deep color.
VIVIFY, a leading brand of premium fiber optic cables, announces the launch of the XENOS W30, a durable and high-performance fiber optic HDMI 2.0b cable. Offering custom lengths for orders over 50 feet (15.4m)
The USB standards known as USB 3.0 and USB 3.1 are to be renamed USB 3.2. Let’s see what are the differences between the previous names and the new official name.
USB Type-C was released in 2014 by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF), also known as USB-C. This article will also introduce the advantages of usb type-c.
ARQUUS W73ø Fiber Optic 4K UHD HDMI RGB Gaming Cable that works with – Razer Chroma™ and VIVIFY Vnode.
VIVIFY Vnode, a new software to control your HMDI cable RGB light effects!
Control and synchronize VIVIFY’s ARQUUS W73ø cable lighting effects using Razer Synapse.
Quick Charge tops up the device’s battery in a shorter time. Following is a quick overview of Quick charge 3.0 and its differences with previous versions.
Cables go through a lot of abuse without customers realizing that they may have been damaged, as the parts are not usually visible.
Since cables can be used under harsh and demanding environmental conditions, we can still ensure that our products will perform well above expectations. Each VIVIFY cable undergoes two types of extreme environment stress tests.
A common issue with cables is damaging the connecting header while pulling during removal or accidentally tripping over the cable.
Each VIVIFY HDMI cable goes through extensive quality control testing before being packaged and sold to users. Our signal quality test is executed at 4 stages during the manufacturing process.