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Computer Cables


Whether you work from home, in a busy office, or use your computer recreationally, you’re going to need computer cables. However, with multiple ports serving different functions, and many different sizes and shapes of computer and laptop cable, knowing which to use can be tricky. To help you make the right choice the first time, here’s a quick look at some of the most commonly used computer cables and accessories on the market.


HDMI cables 

High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) monitor cables are used to connect a range of devices, such as DVD players and gaming consoles, to computers. They can be used to connect PCs and laptops to TVs and presentation monitors, allowing you to watch computer content on a larger screen. Monitor cables are an essential part of any office computer setup.


Zip management systems 

Modern homes and offices are packed with cables. While they can be unsightly, they also present a tripping hazard for workers, guests, and visitors. Cable zip management systems allow you to group all your computer cables together, and keep them safely bundled. Customisable to your needs, these are ideal for use in environments where the floor is littered with electronic spaghetti.


Port hubs 

Not enough USB ports on your computer? Port hubs can help you expand that capacity and allow you to plug in more USB devices. In the modern version of a multi-plug extension lead, port hubs consist of a USB plug, which can be connected to your computer or a USB charging plug. At the other end, you’ll find a series of USB ports, ready and waiting to connect to your additional USB gadgets.


Locking cables 

Much like bicycle locks, laptop locking computer cables allow you to secure your laptop, whether it’s in the office or when working in a public place. Made from tough and durable carbon steel, housed in a plastic sheath, one end finished in a loop, to be attached to a stable object, such as a table leg. The other end finishes in a combination lock, which is inserted into the security port on your laptop.