Ultralink/XLO Adds ‘Flattest HDMI Cable’ Ever
UFHDMI cables are about 1/8-inch thick and comply with HDMI 1.4 spec.
January 05, 2010 by Julie Jacobson

Plenty of new HDMI cable designs have emerged for locking, pivoting, long distances, field termination and installing cables in awkward situations.

Ultralink/XLO is now coming out with the “flattest HDMI cable you can find,” according to the company. They are just 3.3mm (about 1/8-inch) thick and 0.6 inches wide.

The new UFHDMI cables feature ultra-short connectors optimized for tight, low-profile installs.

According to XLO, the cables meet the latest 1.4 spec and are rated for for 1080p, 4k, 3D and 120Hz video.

“And we’re working on an Ethernet version as we speak,” an XLO spokesman told CE Pro.

UFHDMI cables feature 30 AWG OFHC copper conductors and low-capacitance gas-injected dielectric insulation.

Available in white and black, the cables come with an adjustable right-angle strain relief.

They are shipping this week in the U.S. Pricing: 1.0 Meter ($30); 2.0 Meter ($40); 3.0 Meter ($50). The products will be on display at CES 2010 in South Hall 2 Booth 25401 and the Venetian Tower 30-234 and 30-236.

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Julie Jacobson - Editor-at-large, CE Pro
Julie Jacobson is co-founder of EH Publishing and currently spends most of her time writing for CE Pro, mostly in the areas of home automation, networked A/V and the business of home systems integration. She majored in Economics at the University of Michigan, earned an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and has never taken a journalism class in her life. Julie is a washed-up Ultimate Frisbee player with the scars to prove it. Follow her on Twitter @juliejacobson.

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