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Over the last five years, if there has been one topic in discussion in every way possible by phone and laptop manufactures, media, and tech enthusiasts, it is USB C. How it works, whether it is better than older versions, how fast companies will adapt to it, the possibilities of its uses and many more questions and topics are the focus of these discussions.
So why is it in the discussion? And why should device manufacturers switch over?
The simple answer is that USB C is fast. As fast as a thunderbolt. Excuse the pun.
USB C came into being in 2014, followed by newer, faster iterations of it over the last 5 years. When Apple made the MacBook with just a single USB C port, it was outrageous! It pushed people to think about the I/O panels on devices. If one port can do it all, can form factors be smaller? Can they have one port for everything including charging?
How this can change the average […]
When it comes to computer cables, what comes to mind is power cables, Displayport cables, HDMI cables, AUX cables, etc. One of the important cables in this list is the DisplayPort cable. Let’s talk about that. DisplayPort has been a popular choice for computers, whereas HDMI has been popular for televisions. So, why has the DisplayPort cable been a crucial computer cable for so many years?
If you’ve ever bought any gadget, whether it is a TV, a laptop, a camera, a tablet or a phone, in the past five years, you have met HDMI. Sometimes it is the regular HDMI, mini HDMI cable, or even a micro HDMI cable. As the name suggests, all three are different, the regular one being standard in most use cases. But then what do we need the other two for and how are they different?
The main difference in any cable standard is its usage. Since HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface, you can use the cable for audio-video data transfer.
The mini HDMI cable comes into play when you want to connect a gadget to perhaps a computer or a TV. The port is generally on devices that have less space to spare. For example, a DSLR camera, video cameras, and standard size tablets. All of these devices are compact to make it as portable as possible.
On the other hand, the micro HDMI cable is for when there is an even smaller space than mini HDMI. The few examples of these are […]
Two different standards. Used for different purposes. So similar yet so different!
NEMA and IEC are two known names when it comes to power cords and related stuff. But from an end user’s point of view, it is important to know the actual difference between these two.
Read along to understand their major differences and find out which one is the best fit for your application.
IEC Standard Power Cord
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is a non-profit, non-governmental international organization. It develops and publishes international standards for all electrical, electronic and other related technology. It started in 1906 and has developed some well-known units of measure like Hertz and Gauss.
Today it works with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to define global standards for over 40 sub-categories of electrical components.
Some Highlights of IEC Power Cord:
- Reacts quickly to overloads
- Inherently finger-safe
NEMA Power Cord
Your computer needs a power outlet. But so does your tablet, your mobile phone, your power banks, your wireless headphones, and your smart speaker. This is the situation of just a single workstation.
But since the appliances and gadgets that make our lives easier are only increasing in number every day, we need more than two power outlets in each room of our house. The most convenient and flexible option, in this case, is you get a power strip. It is almost as if someone predicted this gadget boom and made this fantastic solution.
You can easily build a charging station to handle this situation. You can just plug in a power strip next to the computer for all of these devices to charge. This way, they always have power when you want to leave the house with them.
Let’s walk through each room of an average house to see how having a power strip can make your setup functional and clean:
- Living Room
Most people have a television in their living room. With the addition in streaming boxes that you can attach […]
Ethernet cables are one of the most important elements of any electric system. If they don’t work properly, the rest of the network would become nonfunctioning. Any type of disruption would make faulty Ethernet Cable’s performance slow.
Today we will be checking out some of the signs that indicate if your cable is performing up to the standard or not.
It Often Loses Connection
If you plug the cable into the Ethernet adapter and the light doesn’t turn on, it could indicate a problem either with the cable or the adapter. Also, if you are seeing display messages like ‘network connection is lost’ or ‘no connection’, then something’s wrong with the system’s ethernet cable. In such cases, make sure that you’ve connected the cable properly. Otherwise, a bad cable will not work even if properly connected.
You Always Have Slow Connection
If your connection keeps dropping or runs very slowly, there are chances that you have a damaged cable. If there is a tear on your cable, it can break down the internal wire connection and can cause a short circuit. If you […]