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Make sure all your devices are working in perfect symphony with our wide range of display cables and adaptors. From minis and network cables to Apple power cables and USB cables and adaptors, we have everything you need to keep your displays connected.

There’s nothing more frustrating than spending your days fiddling with a dodgy cable, just so you can get on with your day - so if you work from home, you’ll know how important it is to have a reliable connection between your display monitor and your laptop. Our super-secure cables and adaptors mean no-fuss, reliable connections between your devices – whether you’re looking for a DVI cable, or a VGA or HDMI adaptor.

Which cable or adaptor you need will depend on the type of device which you’re looking to connect. HDMI, for example, stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface, and this kind of cable and connection is often found in home theatre and LCD TVs. Also found across many LCD monitors is DVI (Digital Video Interface) technology. VGA connection types, on the other hand, work through analogue signal and are likely to be the connection type found on older computers and visual entertainment devices.

If you can’t find a cable that will directly connect your PC or laptop with your display monitor, look for an adaptor with the correct input and connection type. For modern devices this may require a USB or Display Port connection.

The mini display port was introduced by Apple, and first revealed in 2008, so if you’re working with an older Apple device, you’ll likely need a mini display port cable to hook it up to your monitor, television, or projector. More recent Apple releases have replaced the mini display port, so be sure to check what port type your device needs before investing in a cable.

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