A USB 3.0 jack now has an adapter to become a full HDMI jack. There is no AC requirement since it is USB powered, it sounds good, and so should the content since support for audio is found in this little adapter as well. By utilizing SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and its 5Gb/s speed, the USB 3.0 to HDMI with Audio adapter will be able to keep up with your technologies.
Converting your USB 3.0 jacks into HDMI inputs opens up lots of possibilities for mobility and convenience. Not only could you have a computer ready to play your footage, but bringing that footage directly to friends, family or clients is much simpler when you ask for a USB3.0 rather than a TV with HDMI. Your picture should be fine with 16:9, 16:10 and 4:3 aspect ratios being supported by this adapter.
If you're concerned about the 16:10 ratio, it is a small stretch from the typical widescreen, and should be hardly noticeable. the USB 3.0 to HDMI includes a DisplayLink DL-3500 chip which upgrades the USB 3.0 jack to become an additional monitor output to say, your HDTV. Now you're in business, no more computer monitor shopping, since you already did that in finding the right TV.
The fact that the HDMI input is hot-pluggable just makes your workflow that much smoother. Since you aren't powering down to input a new device, you can go from one monitor to the next with ease. The package does come with a 3.3-foot cable, making it possible to begin a chain of up to six adapters. In case you need a quick refresher, HDMI does carry audio, but for both to travel through universal serial busis a little mind-numbing.
There are a lot of possibilities with USB 3.0 getting wider and wider use, and by the way, the 5-year limited warranty is likely to carry you well into the next technological advancement. For $130, it is an expensive little piece, but when it takes the place of another monitor for your video playback, it might be just the investment you're looking for.