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Computers with a DisplayPort interface typically display the "DP" logo next to the port itself on the outer casing. A "DP++" logo indicates that your computer supports multi-mode DisplayPort for use with different data types. VESA designed DisplayPort to support multiple displays with one cable connection, and developed DisplayPort MultiMode (DP++) to have the flexibility to convert the DisplayPort signal to VGA, DVI, HDMI, or other signals with the proper adapter.