HDMI-enabled device shipments will grow 78% per year through 2010, while DVI will begin to decline in 2007, In-Stat says. DVI and HDMI are both high-bandwidth digital interface specifications. DVI is aimed primarily at PCs and peripherals, while HDMI is aimed at the consumer electronics (CE) market. Over 90 mln DVI-enabled products shipped in 2005, more than in any previous year. Wireless is beginning to make itself felt in this segment, a trend that will intensify over the next two to four years.