Cables To Go intros HDMI, DVI rotating connectors

Dec. 28, 2007
December 28, 2007 -- The connectors feature a center ball joint design that enables 360-degree rotation and 90-degree bending.

December 28, 2007 -- Cables To Go has introduced its HDMI and DVI 360-Degree Rotating Connectors. According to the company, featuring a design that allows them to bend and rotate 360-degrees, the adapters can be twisted or turned to virtually any position, providing installation flexibility and ensuring the right cable connector orientation, no matter the installation.

The connectors feature a center ball joint design that enables 360-degree rotation and 90-degree bending, allowing an HDMI or DVI cable to easily move in the direction it is desired to run. These capabilities provide installers with more options for custom cable installations when cable orientation is limited or future requirements are difficult to predict, says the company.

The connectors are also ideal for any HDMI or DVI connection in a limited space, because they reduce the amount of open space needed for connection. The design of the couplers and adapters ensures absolute signal integrity in any position, providing a picture just as clear as if the cable is plugged directly into the source or display, contends the company.

The company offers its 360-Degree Rotating Adapters and Couplers in nine different HDMI, DVI-D and DVI-A connection combinations. For more information, click here.

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