Consumers commonly use HDMI cables to connect peripheral devices, such as a Blu-ray/DVD players or digital set top boxes, to HDTVs. Most electronics on the market today feature HDMI inputs, enabling easy connection of gaming consoles, computers, and digital media players.
HDMI cables are the newest standard in the digital transfer of both audio and video between devices in 1080p high-definition quality, as of 2015. These cables connect compatible television sets with a variety of multimedia devices, including gaming consoles, DVD and Blu-ray players, computers, digital video recorders or wireless streaming devices. Some cellular telephones also feature HDMI compatibility utilizing a special adapter.