Insten 6 Feet M/M VGA Cable For TV Computer Monitor
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- Premium 6 ft extended HDDB15 male-to-male VGA video for your monitor.
- Connects PC or laptop to the projector, LCD monitor, and other video display system through VGA connections.
- Connectivity:Connector HDDB15 15-pin (male to male).
- Length: 6 ft / 1.8 M.
- Cable Color: Black.
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Premium 6 ft extended HDDB15 male-to-male VGA video for your monitor. Connects PC or laptop to the projector, LCD monitor, and other video display system through VGA connections. Connectivity:Connector HDDB15 15-pin (male to male). Length: 6 ft / 1.8 M. Cable Color: Black.
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Note: This cable does NOT have ferrite beads which may create some waving screen displaying if plugged in to a laptop that is plugged into the same outlet as the external monitor (I'm not sure if that is the exact cause of the waving screen because I don't understand electricity fully, but that seems to be the reason for the wavy display). For example, if I have my laptop power adapter and the power cord for an external monitor both plugged into a power strip, the display on the external monitor will be wavy and kinda flickery. As soon as I unplug the laptop from the power source the waves go away. I've done the same exact process with a ferrite VGA cable and the waves were eliminated. Here's a wikipedia article about ferrite beads: [...]
Another note: On my laptop when I choose "duplicate" as the option for displaying to external monitor this cable then changes the aspect ratio of the laptop monitor (stretching it to fill the entire wide-screen laptop display). When testing with another (ferrited) VGA cable the "duplicate" option did not stretch the laptop display but simply chopped off an inch on the left and right hand side of the monitor, still crisply and fully displaying non-wide-screen in the middle of my wide-screen monitor. I'm not sure the cable itself has the "brains" to make those decisions but based on my experiences the higher quality cable at least transferred data more accessibly. ("Extend screen" and the other options did not show problems).
Conclusion: If wanted for desktop, this cable is just fine; if wanted for laptop (or other device) consider a different VGA cable.
I would recommend this to a friend