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The three I purchased were the same standard size on both ends of cable.
By FRYMANATION on July 16, 2014
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Depending on what you are hooking up you should only need one HDMI cable (Roku, CD wifi player, etc) If you are hooking two items then you will need 2, and so on. The purpose of this cable is to use the audio and visual as ONE, not needing 3 different hookups for this (usually with a white, red and yellow hookup). A… see more Depending on what you are hooking up you should only need one HDMI cable (Roku, CD wifi player, etc) If you are hooking two items then you will need 2, and so on. The purpose of this cable is to use the audio and visual as ONE, not needing 3 different hookups for this (usually with a white, red and yellow hookup). And yes, it should work with your new Samsung. It worked with mine. see less Depending on what you are hooking up you should only need one HDMI cable (Roku, CD wifi player, etc) If you are hooking two items then you will need 2, and so on. The purpose of this cable is to use the audio and visual as ONE, not needing 3 different hookups for this (usually with a white, red and yellow hookup). And yes, it should work with your new Samsung. It worked with mine.
By Geo R. on January 2, 2014
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Yes sir, this is a standard HDMI cable will work with your chromebook.
By A seller SELLER on May 31, 2015
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Take this cords specs as an example. It will go even higher than 1080p but allows for even the lowest conversion rates to work. I actually own two of this same model. I gave the first one to my parents who have a flat screen from 2005 which was 720p. The picture still looks great and the cord has not given them any iss… see more Take this cords specs as an example. It will go even higher than 1080p but allows for even the lowest conversion rates to work. I actually own two of this same model. I gave the first one to my parents who have a flat screen from 2005 which was 720p. The picture still looks great and the cord has not given them any issues. I hope this helps answer your question. see less Take this cords specs as an example. It will go even higher than 1080p but allows for even the lowest conversion rates to work. I actually own two of this same model. I gave the first one to my parents who have a flat screen from 2005 which was 720p. The picture still looks great and the cord has not given them any issues. I hope this helps answer your question.
By Huels on December 7, 2014
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I can not answer your question because I do not know what cec control is.
By Ray Ray on May 7, 2014
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I'm using it for my Asus Computer monitor.
Not sure about apple products, sorry.

By James woods forest on May 1, 2014
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No for laptops, only for Xbox 360 to TV
By LuisAntonio Faña on October 19, 2014