Will the Xbox Series X have a DisplayPort?
The Xbox Series X has no DisplayPort, but adapters should work
We recently got the full rundown of the Xbox Series X ports, with official information from Microsoft. Unfortunately for those that wanted it, the Xbox Series X will not have DisplayPort natively. The only port for visuals the Xbox Series X has is HDMI-out. A 2.1 spec, the HDMI port on the Xbox Series X supports up to 8K visuals with variable refresh rates, making for a smooth gameplay experience for anyone with a compatible TV or monitor.
If you're using a monitor that only has DisplayPort as an option, an HDMI-to-DisplayPort adapter should work, you just have to double-check what specifications the adapter has. We could only find adapters that support up to 4K signals at 60 Hz with HDR, which would be fine in most instances, but if you want some more advanced HDMI 2.1 features, you may have to wait for new adapters to hit the market.
An instant Xbox Series X upgrade
If you want to secure your Xbox Series X right now, you can only do so via an Xbox All Access contract, which spreads the cost of an Xbox One X and Xbox Series X across several months, with 0 percent APR.
Adapt em up
If your monitor doesn't have HDMI
You can use this to connect an Xbox One console to a monitor that lacks HDMI but supports DisplayPort.
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Jez Corden a Managing Editor at Windows Central, focusing primarily on all things Xbox and gaming. Jez is known for breaking exclusive news and analysis as relates to the Microsoft ecosystem while being powered by caffeine. Follow on Twitter @JezCorden and listen to his Xbox Two podcast, all about, you guessed it, Xbox!