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Computer Cables

Use computer cables to connect two devices for high-speed Internet access, or use Ethernet cables to interconnect computer systems throughout an office. Choose the cable that's right for you, whether you're connecting computers together, or a single computer with other devices.

Ethernet and Patch Cables
Use Ethernet or patch cables to connect two computers together for high-speed networking. Perfect for gaming and the quick transfer of data, many Ethernet cables support speeds up to 1,000 mbps, and are specifically designed for Ethernet or token ring applications. Select from different length options to easily accommodate different office configurations; various colors are available as well.

USB Cables
Use USB cables to seamlessly transfer data between your PC and mobile phone, tablet, or other devices. USB 2.0 cords are available in an assortment of cord lengths, letting you connect devices conveniently and efficiently. Many USB 2.0 cords are also compatible with USB 3.0 devices, easily allowing you to transfer data as needed. USB cables are also available in a number of colors, such as orange and pink, letting you quickly identify the right one when mixed in with other cords and cables.

Power Cords
Use high-end power cords made of 18 AWG material for data transfers in high-traffic areas when maximum durability is required. With a polyvinyl chloride jacket, these power cords are easy to use in any environment, and are ISO/IEC 11801, UL, RoHS, and green compliant for any and all uses. With cable lengths available of 4 to 5.9 feet, these cords are ideal for use with computers and laptops in data centers and laboratories, or anywhere that a strong cord is needed.

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Black Box C5E-CM-SLD-GN 1000' CAT-5e Bulk Cable, Green
Item: IM1TT2624 / Model : C5E-CM-SLD-GN
  • CAT-5e for efficient data transfer across a network
  • Seamless transmission of data at the rate of 700 Mbps
  • Gold-plated RJ-45 male Bare Wire connectors on both sides for dependable network connectivity
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