Ethernet Cables & Benefits to Wired Vs Wireless Users
All over the world, everyone seems to be going wireless when it comes to Internet connections. From 3G and 4G networks to Wi-Fi hotspots at many airports, cafes and coffee shops, Internet users search for ways to free themselves from wires while still being able to connect to the Web and their chat or email applications. While wireless networks are certainly convenient, they do expose users to certain disadvantages when compared to hard-wired Internet or network connections that use Ethernet cables. While using RJ-45 Ethernet cables for your network or Internet connection can be less convenient, there are advantages to the older technology that you should consider before implementing a router network.
How to Prevent the Coiling of Audio Cables
Audio cables somehow manage to coil themselves after installation. In addition to being unsightly and becoming entangled with one another, delicate wiring like optical fiber and HDMI may be internally damaged from twists and kinks. Keeping your wires organized and straight helps ensure system reliability and a reduction in damaged audio cabling.
How to Get a Battery That Holds a Longer Charge for a Laptop
With laptops outselling desktop computers since 2008, battery life has become important to more than just salespeople and convention attendees. There are two ways to improve your laptop's time between charges: buy a larger battery, or if you've had your computer a while, buy a new battery. A cell's usable capacity drops significantly, depending on its age, after between 300 to 1000 charge cycles -- even fewer if you use your laptop in hot or cold temperatures. Whether you want an exact replacement or something larger, make sure it fits your specific laptop model.