Aside from bringing your computer to life, computer cables increase your devices’ compatibility with others. Whether you’re looking for an HDMI cord to start gaming with your new console, or looking for a replacement for your phone charger — we’ve got you covered with the computer cables you need.
Types of Computer Cables
Are you looking to connect your laptop to a monitor? No problem. You’ll want to take a look at what sort of connection you need: whether it be a computer cable for HDMI to HDMI, USB-C to Thunderbolt, or USB-C TO USB-C. Looking for something else? Reach out to the team, and we’ll get it sorted!
Ethernet Computer Cables
Ethernet computer cables are often the difference between buffering videos and gaming latency, and a seamless connectivity experience. They run from your router, modem, or power line switch and can then be plugged into your computer or console — this provides a very stable and secure connection that is much faster than Wi-Fi. Ethernet cables are a must for those looking for the best possible internet connection
USB Computer Cables & Chargers
USB computer cables and chargers are a must-have for our digital lives. They also get lost frequently or even break after everyday use. Even if you haven’t lost your cable, it’s a good idea to keep multiple on hand while on the go. We have a wide selection of USB, USB-C, and Lightning chargers available.
DisplayPort Computer Cables
If you happen to own a gaming pc, laptop, or any other high-end PC in the past few years, you’re likely familiar with DisplayPort computer cables. Although it’s not as common as HDMI, it is far more capable when it comes to the quality of media you can display. Like HDMI, DisplayPort is designed to display video and audio, all in one cable. There are a few key advantages of DisplayPort, firstly being that it has a great bandwidth to support newer features over time like Thunderbolt. Another advantage being that DisplayPort computer cables can generally support a higher resolution and a higher refresh rate.
HDMI Computer Cables
HDMI computer cables have been standard in the world of tech for almost two decades. The input/output cable is standard on most televisions and pc’s/macs today. HDMI can support up to 8 channels of digital audio, which you can use to connect a gaming console to your TV, or even display your pc to a monitor. It’s hard to go wrong with a standard HDMI computer cable.