In this day and age the younger generation is all about being ‘connected,’ where is there a Wi-Fi connection, what are the passwords, and can I charge my phone there? These are words I hear almost daily with my children and can I argue with them?
I understand about being social and ‘in the know’ when it comes to events or functions, but checking who has recently uploaded a photo to their social media accounts in the last 10 minutes is not something I am too keen on.
Kids no longer use speaking as a form of communication, they are slowly but surely losing their ability to verbalize their opinions or likes and dislikes and when I mention this to them suddenly I’m the old lady in the house who should go make dinner and leave the technology to the youth? Yikes.
My husband, on the other hand, is all about ‘keeping up with the Jones’s’ and I have no idea why, he is older than me, but our house is fully equipped to withstand a technical meltdown if it should so happen.
The internet is nonstop, the signal is so strong you could have a conversation with a space station and the kids have their gadgets glued to their hands. If they aren’t in chat groups they’re superglued to their computer chairs and ‘gaming’ for hours on end. Hence my dilemma.
Do I disconnect everything and take on the chore of hearing them groan for days or get on with my day while my other half upgrades cables and connections every month? They may ask me to order a piece of equipment and do you think I know where to begin? This would be a resounding no I’m afraid.
If you’re someone like me who has no clue which cable is best, is it dependent on speed, megabits, or hertz who knows, or could I choose one that looks pretty and that matches the décor and it would be a win-win? Then check out all you need to know about HDMI cables here and read descriptions that will soon send you on your way and the right path.
HDMI cables explained.
So what exactly is an HDMI cable I hear one asking, well let’s break it down into a simple explanation for those of us who aren’t the computer jargon wiz-kids we see walking around with their fancy specs and blazers?
There is an in-depth version you can take the time to read if the kettle has just boiled and you have a cup of tea to hand and a cozy couch, take a look at and see all there is to know about this marvel of technology that has changed the world as we have come to know it.
Essentially it is a way for us to connect multiple devices around the home to each other and to be able to communicate and transfer files or data as needed. It has many advantages and makes life more seamless when it comes to needing various functions at once and connecting them to perform a single operation.
3 Benefits of using an HDMI cable.
- Quality. This has become the top priority for those purchasing this product, the significant difference when it comes to color saturation and quality of image over an analog connection is hands down the reason for its increase in popularity. Who wouldn’t want a clear, crisper image, am I right?
- Efficient. No longer needing 3 or 4 cables to perform a job, now everything can be transmitted and completed through just one cable. The back of the TV looks that much better and you don’t have to worry about explaining to the wife which cable to pull out when something has tripped.
You can hear what others have to say when it comes to switching over and upgrading in this blog article, and see that change is inevitable, don’t be left behind wondering what happened.
- Intuitive. The interface of the cable allows for automatic configuration meaning that it chooses and uses the best resolution say for the best picture image possible for your unit and set up without external interference.
There are many more reasons why it will significantly add to your life but we will leave that for another day, do yourself the favor, research which cable will best suit your home and lifestyle, speak to professionals in the industry, and see a clearer image of life that you deserve.