Accell Adds Cables, Adapters At CES
By TWICE Staff On Jan 10 2012 - 5:01am
LAS VEGAS —
Accell is unveiling a
variety of products during International
CES at booth 21848.
The UltraRun Pro HDMI cables
support all video resolutions and formats,
Accell said, including 1080p,
1440p, 4K and 3D. They feature
patented semiconductor technology
from RedMere, embedded in the
display-end of the cable, which providing
active signal equalization functionality
without requiring an external
The cables also feature HDMI High
Speed with Ethernet and audio return
channel (ARC), and built-in miniature
signal equalizer for exceptionally long
cable runs. A status LED indicates
a successful connection between
source and display. They will be available
in lengths of up to 20 meters, and
will support High Speed throughput of
up to 10.2Gbps.
Accell is also introducing the UltraAV
USB 2.0-to-HDMI audio and
video adapter and the UltraVideo USB
2.0-to-DVI-I or VGA video adapter.
The adapters both set up in minutes
and eliminate the complicated process
of adding an internal graphics card
to a desktop PC, the company said.
Notebook users can add support for
an additional monitor.
They are currently available. The UltraAV
USB 2.0-to-HDMI adapter has
a $99.99 suggested retail, and the
UltraVideo USB 2.0-to-DVI-I or VGA
video adapter is $89.99.
Also at the show will be Accell’s
USB 2.0 Micro-B-to-HDMI cable for
MHL. The cable is designed to connect
an MHL-enabled device, such
as a smartphone or tablet, to an
It reportedly transmits multichannel
uncompressed audio and high-definition
digital video up to 1080p, and
supports the continued use of the mobile
device’s functions, such as receiving
calls and emails, while connected
in MHL mode.
Pricing wasn’t given.