Bletchley, United Kingdom (PressExposure) January 05, 2012 -- Leading bespoke cable supplier, Euronetwork have recently added a new range of SVGA cables to their already outstanding selection of products.
While SVGA cables are commonplace, especially since the majority of computer monitors use SVGA to connect to a PC, the quality of these cables can differ significantly. For instance, SVGA cables can be purchased from an array of different sources and are available at cheap prices too.
However, you need to remember to check the quality of the cable you are buying. It is after all, possible to spend vast sums on cables: but what if you could purchase a SVGA cable that was not only constructed of the best materials but also came at a pocket friendly price?
Euronetwork have achieved this by creating a good balance between cost and materials. Utilising a wealth of experience in this field they work hard to ensure that your SVGA cables do not cost the earth.
Ann Smith, Technical Manager, of Euronetwork commented:
"All of the equipment supplied by Euronetwork is designed to meet the most exacting standards of our customers. Getting the best out of an SVGA device is made much easier with our cables due to them being of fantastic quality."
Nowadays, HDMI and DVI dominate the audio/visual world, but it is important to remember that there are many appliances still relying on SVGA technology. Some monitors, projectors, and even TVs do not support these formats; therefore SVGA is the connection of choice. Unlike some monitor cables, EuroNetwork's new high quality SVGA cables are wired to work with DDC (Display Data Channel). For these reasons, choosing to use one of Euronetwork's SVGA cables will help you get the best from your device.
Even if you cannot find the length of SVGA cable you desire, on the website, Euronetwork can offer bespoke solutions to ensure that your exact requirements are met. After all, Euronetwork specialise in providing top quality customised connections. To find out more about the available range of SVGA cables go to http://www.euronetwork.co.uk.