Cables

A cable is one, two or more wires bound together, typically in a common protective jacket or sheath. The individual wires inside the jacket may be covered or insulated. This wire is usually copper because of its excellent conductivity. Cables are used to connect two or more devices such as a hard drive and a motherboard or two PCs to enable communication between them. Cables come with various connectors that focus on an area of transmission - video, data, audio, power, etc. Some cables can transfer multiple streams of data or video.

USB 1.1 / 2.0 Cables

Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a serial bus standard to connect devices to a host computer.

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Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: USB, Thunderbolt and Video Cables
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Tekspek An in-depth guide into tech: USB, Thunderbolt and Video Cables

SCSI / SAS Cables

A range of cables suitable for different types of SCSI/SAS Devices

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CAT-7 Copper Ethernet Network Cables

An Ethernet network cable is used to connect a computer to other users or devices via a switch or router creating a network. Cat-7 can support up to 40 Gigabit (40Gbps) speeds and features RJ45 end plugs, and thicker sheaths and shielding than Cat-6 cabling.

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