USB is already used in a wide range of products including peripheral equipment like personal computers (PC) and monitors, camcorders, digital cameras, portable media players (PMP) and mobile phones. It continues to survive in the wildly fluctuating PC and mobile industries, and has become firmly established. ... HDMI, on the other hand, has spread primarily in televisions, optical disc drives and other home-use AV equipment. It grew abruptly with new concepts like High-Vision TV and full-high definition (full-HD) imagery, taking the throne in the AV equipment industry. In the first half of 2009 the next-generation specification will be solidified, targeting new fields like mobile and automotive equipment, and marking its full-fledged entry into the mobile sector."This article has everything you wanted to know about USB and HDMI technology, that you were afraid to ask about. Learn all about USB 3.0 and the new mini HDMI.