You depend on your computer and digital accessories for some of the most important parts of your life: communicating, preserving your precious memories, business and finances, and much more. HP and Monster Cable, two of the most experienced and trusted names in computer and digital electronics, have partnered to bring you the HP Monster line of connectivity and power products. From cables to power protection, HP Monster products deliver the level of performance you need to get the most out of your computing experience.
Many of today's electronics continue to consume energy even after they are turned off. Your monitor, printer, scanner, and other equipment go into stand-by or sleep mode, wasting energy and money even when you aren't using them.
Monster GreenPower™ is a revolutionary new way to automatically eliminate energy waste and save money. Simply plug your computer or other electronic device into the GreenPower Control outlet. When it’s turned off or goes into sleep mode, the GreenPower outlets switch off, automatically eliminating energy wasted by your monitor, speakers, and more, when you’re not using them. When your computer or device is turned back on, the GreenPower outlets automatically power up again.
HP Monster offers several cable choices for connecting your desktop or laptop to a monitor, projector or even an HDTV. Your cable choice depends on a few factors, most important being the ports on your devices. Most devices do not have ports for every video format. Here are the cables HP Monster offers, and what the plug looks like:
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USB is by far the most commonly used cable for connecting computer peripherals like printers, external hard drives, and much more. USB is even found on many home entertainment devices like video game consoles, DVRs, and HDTVs. USB not only moves data, it can actually power or charge many portable devices, eliminating the need for power cords. USB cables come in three sizes: standard sized USB, USB Mini and USB Micro. Look on the device first to make sure you’re getting the right USB cable.
Dual Link DVI transfers data at speeds of 7.92 Gbps whereas Single Link DVI reaches speeds of only 3.96 Gbps. With double the bandwidth, Dual Link DVI supports display modes at higher resolutions and faster refresh rates.