Menards has a spool of 200 feet of RG6 for $30, and I have f connectors laying around. I have half a spool of Cat5 laying around somewhere, waiting for me to crimp the ends on when I finally get around to hard wiring my lanterns (I mean cameras). All my cell phones are USB C, and my printer is wireless. I don’t know where I was going with this rant, but I’m there, and I need to take a leak.
I am thinking I may need these when the wireless magic stops working. Actually I am just a technology hoarder, who has to have at least one cable of every connector type. But I already have all of these, so Bleh.
@Tadlem43 That or USB to USB-C would also have been enough to swing it for me. Or 3.5mm to 3.5mm is a cable I could really use in braided, since the regular ones of those bastards always get pinchy and unreliable near the connectors.
Those cable types are all old enough that they are readily available from the usual discount vendors. I tend to only need short cables these days. The usual vendors let me choose the type of cable and the length.
The short lengths I use often cost less than $2 each new.
We still use USB 2 A to B for programming the older Lego Mindstorms and some Arduino clones. But, mostly we order Arduino clones with micro USB connectors.
I’m completely impressed! You managed to find the 5 most useless cables in todays world, had them braided and expect someone to pay money for them? You’re fucking hysterical! This is the most useless thing I’ve seen your website sell…EVER! So stupid and useless it made me respond.
Oh, and I tried to buy something last week but your website kept crapping out, does woot own you now?
@narfcake Yes and give me some RS-232 cables that are branded or R-9 if you’re not an AV guy…seriously? PS/2 aren’t used for keyboards anymore but they can be good connection cables if you are trying to merge archaic systems with modern day. You’re a smart one ob-one. k. This is just a stupid “meh”…and Meh sucks when you can’t buy what they are selling because their website won’t let you…grow up.