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What’s the difference between Displayport and Mini Displayport aside from size?
DisplayPort is a digital display interface designed to replace VGA, DVI and backward compatible with VGA, DVI and HDMI through the passive and active adapters. This interface is mainly used to connect video sources to display devices, such as computer monitors, although it can also be used to transmit audio, USB and other forms of data.
Mini DisplayPort is a miniature version of DisplayPort released by Apple, which is used in MacBook (replacing the previous Mini-DVI), MacBook Air (replacing the previous Micro-DVI) and MacBook Pro (replacing the previous DVI) notebook computers.
Here are their differences in resolutions: