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Computer Cable Testers

Computer cable testers are electronic devices that verify the quality or status of a particular type of cable used in computing. They test the electrical connections in signal cable assemblies, the most basic of which has a source of electrical current and one or more voltage indicators. It also has a scanning arrangement that checks each of many conductors sequentially. These can be connected at both ends of a cable; one tester injects a test current, while the other one in the distant end measures the signal.

Hubs and Adapters

You can connect your computer to various other devices by purchasing USB cables, hubs, and adapters perfect for your particular application. For instance, a USB 3.0 hub with up to four additional USB ports can act as an data extension cable for your laptop. This is a good way to accommodate more USB compatible devices if your laptop only comes with a couple of ports out of the box. Additionally, USB 3.0 hubs are able to maintain the high data transfer speeds characteristic of the newer standard. A USB adapter can support anything from six to 10 additional devices at once, depending on the design. The simplest one is an SD to microSD adapter, while complex models are able to take USB Type-C, USB 3.0, Thunderbolt, HDMI, microUSB, and more.

AV Cables and Adapters

Stuck with a VGA or DVI monitor and a laptop with an HDMI port? Hook the two devices up with an HDMI to DVI or VGA adapter so you can get the most out of both devices. Useful types of computer cables and connectors, monito AV cables and adapters are specifically designed to connect two seemingly incompatible devices. These can bridge the gap between generations of devices so you aren’t forced to buy a new monitor just so you can connect it with your HDMI-only laptop. You can also connect a tablet with a micro HDMI port to an HDMI TV by ordering a cable adapter with the corresponding connectors.

Network Cables

Buying long network cables is also a good move when you’re setting up your home network. Get longer Ethernet cables to daisy chain two wireless routers together to improve signal coverage. You can also connect a desktop via wired data connection to a switch in another room if you get longer cables than those supplied with your wireless router or modem.

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