All in all, if all of these features get implemented in the DisplayPort 1.3 standard, we are going to be in for a world of awesome. This will not only enable some great display resolutions, but solve a lot of problems that DisplayPort 1.2 didn't address. I have always been a champion of DisplayPort and its overall utility and usefulness, and since the HDMI 2.0 update, it proves that the working group style of standards really results in a better more forward-thinking standard.

Its in the works, but these are some features they are looking to add. In addition to HDMI 2.0 becoming official not too long ago, and USB working on a new, reversible connector, it seems things are finally moving towards where they should be in 2013.