Posted Mon Mar 29, 2010 at 09:00 AM PDT by Mike Attebery
If you’ve got a nice thin screen mounted right on the wall, round cables just don’t have the right look, or just plain don’t fit. That’s where Ultralink comes in.
It’s become fairly clear that buying an exceedingly expensive cable is pointless with HDMI. Shelling out a few hundred dollars on a cable that simply transmits digital information just isn't the best use of your money. Spending a bit of extra cash on a cord that works better for your setup is different.
Ultralink has two new cables coming out. The first is the Ultra Flat UFHDMI cable. You can get it in sizes from one to three meters and is nice, flat, and thin. The cables even come with an adapter that lets them bend at a right angle without straining the connectors.
The new C2HDMI-RA Challenger series right angle HDMI cables are made with a right angle setup in mind. They’re available in lengths from one to five meters and are rated as compliant with HDMI high speed standards.
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