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USB gadgets as far as the eye can see.


Flat Cat 7 Cable

author Posted by: George on date Apr 5th, 2021 | filed Filed under: Cables

Flat Cat 7 Cable

Network cable are often just ugly but now you can get this nice Flat Cat 7 Cable that will look great on your desk while offering the performance your expect from an RJ45 cable like this.

If you like your desk to look a bit nicer then this cable will look so neat as it a nylon braided outside which looks nicer than plastic.

And you can get this network cable in many lengths from 3.3 to 100 feet and that also makes this wire perfect for other places besides you desk because it is flat it works great for under a carpet too.

So come and get your Flat Cat 7 Cable.

USB HUB With Network

author Posted by: George on date May 20th, 2010 | filed Filed under: Hub, Networking

OK this is a little device for special users and there are not to many out there that will need this but I am sure there are some.

This is a 3 port USB HUB nothing special there the USB ports swivel so that it will be easier to plug your USB devices in. But it is more then just a HUB.

Next to the USB ports it also offers an RJ45 network port. If you computer is missing an physical network port then this could be the solution. For instance if you have a Macbook Air with only 1 USB port then this is great it gives you a real network port and 3 USB ports instead of one.

Have a closer look at this USB 2.0 3-PORT Hub with Ethernet

Universal Network Cable

author Posted by: George on date Feb 22nd, 2010 | filed Filed under: Cables

Sick of carrying all those different patch cables in your kit?

Now there is an solution for that with this Universal Network Cable.

It is easy just plug it in as a normal RJ45 cable and you can connect a default cable on the other side. And now you can by turning the switch change you cable to:

  • STRAIGHT-THROUGH: Use as a standard RJ45 patch cable
  • CROSSOVER: Communicate directly between computers without a hub or switch
  • ROLLED: Connect a host to a Cisco router or switch
  • T1: Connect to DDS lines / T1 trunk lines
  • ATM/LOOPBACK: Test if a network card is working by checking for link lights with no need for a hub or switch

Doesn’t that sound nice to have? It has a place in my kit from now on.

Order your own Universal Network Cable