Archive for March, 2017
Choosing the right ethernet cable is going to depend on a few different factors depending on your circumstances and your personal needs. The most common ethernet options will come in a category 5 (cat 5) or cat6, but there are other options as well.
The cat 5 ethernet cables are made to work at 100 MHz, and they work for Internet speeds up to 100 Mbps. Cat 6 ethernet cables, on the other hand are wound tighter and will operate at 250 MHz. Many people look for fast network cables like 100 Mbps in hopes of increasing their speed, but the truth is that households with up to three computers can work perfectly well using a 10 Mbps ethernet cable.
Nearly a decade ago, most homes had tangled webs of wires behind every nearly electronic device in their home. Thanks to the invention of HDMI cables, there is now a new standard for how we transmit audio and video signals. Standing for High Definition Media Interface, HDMI technology has changed the way we watch media for the better.
However, there are different types of HDMI cables available, you’ll always want to make sure you’ve selected the right product for your needs. One burden you won’t have with HDMI is short cables, there are 100 ft HDMI cables that are widely available. In this post, we will be giving you more information about types of HDMI cables and what to look for