Targus 3-In-1 Retractable Cable Travel Set - ACC82EU
Targus 3-In-1 Cable Set Retractable Network/Phone/USB with Holder - Travel MUST!
By DPD On 30th May 2018
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Designed to be compact and light for easy mobility, this cable also features DualPlug technology offering both telephone (RJ11) and LAN (RJ45) cables in one connection as you can switch from one to the other by simply sliding out the sleeve without the need for any additional adapters. To complete the list of impressive capabilities, the detachable feature provides even more flexibility for users. This enables the unit to be split into two separate units, providing a USB cable and Networking/Phone cable. All your essential connections in one user friendly solution.
Features • Phone, Ethernet and USB connection: Quick-release adapters convert Ethernet (RJ-45) to telephone clips (RJ-11); also includes USB 2.0 cable
• Retractable and detachable cables: Cables retract and adjust to the desired length; cables can also be detached for simultaneous use
• All-in-one unit: Connect to Ethernet networks or analogue modems and USB devices at the same time
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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