NTW Releases New Ultra-Slim HDMI Cables

February 24, 2014
NTW (Networking the World), a connectivity solutions provider, has released its Ultra-Slim HDMI Cables through distribution partners, including Stampede. NTW Ultra-Slim HDMI Cables

According to the company, the Ultra-Slim HDMI Cables are thinner and lighter than average HDMI cables, making them ideal for easy handling and flexibility in AV applications. The triple shielded cables are made with 99.99 percent oxygen-free copper to increase the product's conductivity and reliability.

Perfect for modern, high-performance applications, the new thinner cable supports data transmissions up to 10.2Gbps (up to 100'), 3D video signals, Audio Return Channel (ARC), 1080p and 4k by 2k resolutions through the low-profile RedMere chipset technology.

“As flat panel displays and other AV components become thinner and more compact, AV integrators need solutions that complement those products while maintaining a high level of performance,” said Kirk Lee, president of NTW. “Our Ultra-Slim HDMI Cables offer that perfect combination as a lightweight, low-profile bendable connectivity solution.”

NTW’s Ultra-Slim HDMI Cables are available in 1m, 2m, 3m, 5m, 10m and 15m lengths.

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