Rosewill 6 ft. Premium High Speed HDMI® Cable (In-Wall Installation), w/ Ferrite Cores and net Model RCAB-11061

Rosewill 6 ft. Premium High Speed HDMI® Cable (In-Wall Installation), w/ Ferrite Cores and net Model RCAB-11061

  • Black
  • 2 Connector Number
  • High Speed HDMI® Cable

Model
    Brand: Rosewill
    Model: RCAB-11061

Spec
    Type: High Speed HDMI® Cable
    Connector Detail: HDMI® Male to HDMI® Male
    Length: 6 ft.
    Color: Black
    Connector Number: 2
    Terminal Gender: M-M

Features
    Features: CL2 rated for in-wall useNet Jacket offers abrasion resistanceCategory 2 Certified – High Speed 10.2 bgps / 340 MHz (Supports up to 240 hz Refresh Rates and 36-Bit Deep ColorMaximum resolution 4K x 2K (3840 x 2160p at 24Hz/25Hz/30Hz and 4096 x 2160p at 24Hz)Support Audio Return ChannelSupport 3D over HDMI®Supports all new HDMI® advanced features such as Dolby, True HD, and DTS-HD Master AudioSupports 1080p Full HD ResolutionFull Shielded Heavy Duty 24 Gauge Premium Grade CableGold Plated Shielded Connectors ensure superior signal transfer and corrosion resistanceCompatible with resolutions 480p, 720p, 1080i,1080p, 1440p or higherCompatible with HDMI® Devices such as PS3 and Xbox 360Ultra High Quality shielding for ultimate rejection of RF and EM interferenceFerrite Cores reduce high frequency EMI/RFI electronic interferenceWith Dust cover to prevent dust and damage during transportation

Manufacturer Warranty
    Parts: 1 year limited
    Labor: 1 year limited

List Price: $ 5.99

Price: $ 8.99

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Trying out #usenet wud be great if my #isp can provide a much better speed | #bmobile #internet #download #zoombroadband #brunei #brunika #igbru #instabru #filesharing
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Question by tim26_austin: With XP my download speeds from my usenet server was TWICE the speed it is with Vista. Any ideas?

Vista s*cking is not the answer. haha Any settings I should be looking at?

Best answer:

Answer by ninja
becuase vista is a resource hog and a waste of all the computers its on. and im not even kidding

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CyberAlert Launches RushClipsTM New High Speed News Monitoring Service DeliversToday’s Press Clips Promptly Throughout the Day from 3,500 News Sources Worldwide

Stratford, CT (PRWEB) March 11, 2004

CyberAlert, Inc., a leading worldwide media monitoring service, today announced the launch of RushClipsTM, a new high speed news monitoring and press clipping service that automatically delivers today’s news clips promptly throughout the business day, often within minutes of publication.

The RushClips service monitors over 3,500 online news sources repeatedly during the business day and automatically delivers e-mail alerts with new clips throughout the day, enabling public relations and marketing professionals to keep watch on the day’s most-recently published news articles about their company, its brands, people and competitors.

“In delivering today’s press clips from throughout the world, RushClips represents a notable improvement over traditional press clipping services which don’t have such wide-ranging media coverage and take days or weeks to deliver news clips,” stated William J. Comcowich, President and CEO of CyberAlert. “Best of all, the RushClips service is considerably less expensive than conventional press clipping services which usually charge steep premiums for faster delivery.”

The RushClips service also incorporates once-a-day overnight clip delivery from 10,000 additional news sources in 17 languages. In total, RushClips monitors 13,000+ media outlets worldwide each day.

Once delivered, the press clippings are stored in a “Digital Clip BookTM”, an exclusive service of CyberAlert that safely keeps clips in a central database accessed through a password-protected Web site. The digital clip storage enables RushClips subscribers to easily sort, search, distribute and manage news clips.

“RushClips fills a vital need in today’s business environment where quick response to news stories is often crucial to PR and marketing success,” Comcowich said. “The RushClips’ alerts to breaking news from a wide variety of news sources enables public relations, public affairs, and marketing teams to quickly assess the reach and impact of news stories and to respond appropriately,” he concluded.

RushClips is a subscription service. More information about RushClips is available at http://www.cyberalert.com/rushclips.html.

About CyberAlert

Founded in 1999, CyberAlert is a worldwide press clipping, media monitoring and Web clipping service that monitors over 13,000+ online news media each day in 17 languages. CyberAlert also monitors Web message boards and UseNet news groups for consumer insight about companies, products, key issues and trends. Clients specify their key words and CyberAlert delivers via e-mail alerts (7/365) all the new news clips found since the prior clip delivery.

Contact:

William J. Comcowich

President and CEO

comcowic@cyberalert.com

Stratford, CT 06615

203-375-7200