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Network Cables

We stock ethernet cables of different lengths and speed capabilities, available from brands like Lindy and D-Link to use with your computers for reliable internet connectivity.

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Ethernet cables - uses

Ethernet cables are essential for speedy and reliable internet connection. Whether it is for a business or home internet connection, use ethernet cables for efficient internet and speed. They are compatible with PCs as well as laptops. These network cables also provide a higher level of security compared to Wi-Fi connection.

Choosing the right ethernet cable

The two most important things to consider when choosing ethernet cables is the speed it offers and the length. For connections in close proximity, ethernet cables of a few metres length is sufficient though longer cables are needed for connecting to a LAN port located farther away. At our store, we stock ethernet network cables of different lengths, ranging from 0.3 metres to 30 metres. Depending on the internet speed and efficiency you are looking for, use the Cat number on the cables.

Category labels on ethernet cables

While buying ethernet cables, it is important to check the category number, often mentioned as Cat 4, Cat 5, Cat 6 and so on. The numbers correspond to the bandwidth offered and higher the number mentioned on the cable, higher is the bandwidth it can offer. Expect high speeds with Cat 5 and above and choose them for maximum download/upload speed.

Choose from a wide range of cables in stock. We ship fast to all locations in Australia, including Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

General FAQ

Ethernet cable is used for linking a PC or laptop with a LAN port to facilitate internet connection. They are available in different lengths and bandwidths for different needs.
Cat 5 ethernet cables are capable of offering high speed internet connectivity, but Cat 6 cables can handle faster connections and are ideal for regular video streaming, downloads and uploads.
Yes, Cat 6 is a category of ethernet cable. Ethernet cables are labelled Cat 5, Cat 6, Cat 7 and so on to indicate the bandwidth it provides. The higher the number, the higher is the bandwidth.
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