January 05, 2009 by Rachel Cericola
Last week, we heard about the hd EZ, an adapter that locks your HDMI cables into place. Now, PPC wants to cut out that middleman, with a self-locking cable.
Instead of having to attach another piece into your mix, the PPC Locking HDMI Cable features patented technology that can hold it onto that port pretty tight—the company claims it’s “three times greater” than conventional connectors.
Just attach the cable, and you can enjoy all of your HD/digital goodies with no worries of loose cables falling out. It works with set-top boxes, DVD and Blu-ray players, TVs, and other compatible components.
“For 65 years, PPC has built its reputation on finding innovative solutions and providing real value to our customers,” said Andy White, one of PPC’s VPs. “With our exclusive HDMI Locking Cable, the first available on the market, we’ve come up with a product HDTV customers have been waiting for.”
Featuring Category 2 cable status, the PPC HDMI Locking Cable is available now for $48.99 to $72.99, depending on the length.
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