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Best USB to eSATA Adapter Cable: Helpful Guide for 2022

When it comes to electronics, there are some things manufacturers just can’t seem to agree on. Cable standards are one of those things. Apple likes the Lightning adapter. Some Android manufacturers are still using Micro USB rather than USB Type-C. Full-sized computers and peripherals are no exception. Some peripherals are widely compatible, and plug into your USB Type-A port. Others require USB Type-C, and many …

Guide to the Best HDMI to DisplayPort Converter (Adapters) in 2022

There are probably a million different reasons you might want to move an HDMI signal over to a DisplayPort signal. But if you’re someone who wants to take advantage of DisplayPort’s unique properties, like its ability to handle UHD content with higher refresh rates, then you’ll need to be a little more selective with the adapter you choose to get that job done. Choosing the …

Guide to the Best USB to SATA Adapter

If you’re going to own any computer repair accessory, a USB to SATA adapter should be your first choice. This converter allows communication between the two most common interfaces. SATA is used on virtually every internal drive – both desktop and laptop. And every computer made in the last 10 years is certain to have a USB port. What can you use these adapters for? …

Guide to the Best USB-C to Ethernet Network Adapter

Most cables are pretty limited. They might be able to carry video, but not audio. They might be able to handle 1080p content, but not 4K. Various types of cables broke-off into different specialties, each trying to be good at one thing. What makes USB-C special is it can do almost anything. It’s useful for sending out video signals, audio signals, data, power, even Internet …

Review: DriverGenius 4XRS232 4 Port USB to DB9 RS232 Serial Adapter Hub

Over time, few things about computers have remained less consistent than wiring standards. USB is an excellent example; the “U” literally stands for “universal,” but it’s far from universal. There’s standard USB (Type-A), there’s Type-B, Type-C, Micro USB, and even Mini USB. And within those, there are various standards, such as USB 2.0, 3.0, and 3.1. Not only that, but USB is only one kind …