Are you shopping for a new cable? If you have a computer or other technology in your office, then you have a need for cables. Moving, expanding, and simply replacing old wires with ones that are longer and more powerful is familiar to anyone who has ever used a computer. The more desktops, notebooks, and... mobile devices your organization takes on, the more cords you’ll need to get things connected. Mixing old and new technology means that you may wish to have an adapter to work with a specific cable that you use. You do not have to purchase new hardware when an adapter will do.
Common types of cable include VGA, HDMI, and DVI wires to connect your computers to displays, projectors, or even your televisions. When choosing a networking cable to interface with a router, modem or switch, consider Cat 5 or Cat 5E cables. Charge your mobile devices with micro USB cables, or cut data transfer in time by upgrading to USB 3.0. It is easy to get a replacement Apple Lightning cable for your newest iPhone or iPod too. End fighting over the single computer cable, by providing your staff with their own cords. Top cable manufacturers include Belkin, HP, and Tripp Lite, and a new computer cable might cost your organization or school only a few dollars, so you do not have to worry if one breaks or becomes lost – having replacement cables handy can save time and can keep your organization running.
Do you know what type of cable you need? For a low price, you can have the most dependable networking cable with the fastest speeds available, thanks to technologies like fiber optics. Keep everything organized by choosing from the multiple colors available too. Here at Connection, we will work with you to find the cables that would best serve your government or education organization.