Adapters Archive

Guide to the Best USB-C to HDMI Adapter Cables

The HDMI format is ubiquitous. It’s not only used by televisions, but laptops, PC monitors, gaming consoles, projectors, and so on. Everybody uses HDMI. Before too long, USB-C will probably become as ubiquitous as the HDMI format. But for the time being, USB-C is still pretty new. And that means many people need adapter cables to make their legacy devices work. Though there’s always new …

Reviews of the Best Mini DisplayPort (Thunderbolt) to HDMI Adapter

Choosing the right adapter takes forethought. If you choose poorly, you’ll plug in your new adapter to find disappointing messages like “signal unsupported.” Even if works, you could discover the resulting image was badly scarred during adaptation, and your image full of fuzzy lines and inaccurate coloring. Whether you’re talking about compatibility or quality, it’s easy to make simple mistakes when you’re picking a Mini …

Guide to the Safest, Best LP4 Molex to SATA Power Adapter

When you’re installing a new SSD or HDD drive, there are two primary types of connection: molex and SATA. Molex connections have four large pins, which are shaped similar to the ground prong on an AC cord. SATA connections, on the other hand, have a flat, 15-pin design that looks much more advanced. Typically, molex connections are found on older drives, or on larger 3.5 …

Which Orico Transparent USB 3.0 Hub Is Right For Me?

Sometimes you need more USB ports than you have available. That’s actually an increasingly common problem. Because from mice to smartphones, just about everything is on the USB format now. Luckily, adding some additional USB ports to your setup is easy. Or at least, it can be. It really depends on whether or not you’re able to find the right hub to help. Orico Transparent …

TRENDnet TUC-ET2G Review: USB-C 3.1 to 2.5GBASE-T Ethernet Adapter (Best & Only)

Many notebooks and laptops are no longer being constructed with Ethernet ports. And it’s understandable why. The port itself is pretty large and unwieldy. Plus, it allows for an ingress of dust when unplugged. They’re sometimes prone to damage, and when damaged on a laptop, there’s generally no replacing them. Perhaps worst of all, they just don’t fit neatly on the slimmer I/O that is …