Accell has announced a new release of the ProUltra Supreme High Speed HDMI 2.1 8K cable. The cables are fully compliant to HDMI Specifications 2.1. The cables have an MSRP starting at $19.99, and the ProUltra Supreme cable is available in two lengths: 6.6 ft./2m abd 9.8 ft./3m.
Built on a customer-centric and technologically advanced foundation, the Accell brand is focused on providing quality products and value to its customers. The company’s product lines span various categories, including innovative Powramid power products, enhanced connectivity solutions, and Accell’s new Thunderbolt 3 series line, as well as the first model AxFAST LEVEL 2 16A EVSE Electric Vehicle Charger.
Based in the heart of Silicon Valley, Accell has global research and design teams, as well as manufacturing facilities in Mexico, Malaysia, and China. Its factories are certified to the ISO 9000 standard, and its new state-of-the-art facility in Kunshan, China has earned QS-9000 and ISO-14000 certification. With a large group of dedicated scientists, design engineers, and experienced sales and marketing professionals, Accell is quickly becoming a world leader in delivering high-quality and affordable connectivity products.
According to the press release, Accell’s ProUltra Supreme cables feature:
- HDMI 2.1 compliant
- 48Gbps bandwidth
- Cable lengths of 9.8 ft./2m and 6.6 ft./3m
- Outer diameter of 0.3 in./7mm
- Gold-plated connectors for corrosion resistant connection
- Supports resolutions up to 10K @30Hz, 8K @60Hz and 4K @120Hz
- Dynamic HDR: Video displayed at ideal depth, detail, brightness, contrast and wider color range
- eARC: Supports the most advanced audio formats and highest audio quality
- Enhanced refresh rate
- Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)
- Backward compatible
“Accell is pleased to announce our new UltraAV Supreme HDMI 2.1 cables,” stated Christine English, sales manager, Accell. “8K TV is here, and our HDMI 2.1 cables will support connections delivering 48Gbps bandwidth, high resolution support up to 8K60Hz, as well as faster refresh rates for the best imagery, movies, gaming and sports experience possible.”
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