Cables To Go Ultima HD15M to Dual HD15F SXGA Monitor Y-Cable, 1Ft


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Cables To Go 29610 is a HD15M to Dual HD15F SXGA Monitor Y-Cable.  The Ultima Series of PC cables from Cables To Go features connectors which are color coded to match the ports on your personal computer or notebook, ensuring a simple connection. The charcoal gray cable jacket not only matches your case but disappears behind your desk leaving a clean organized look. This SXGA Monitor cable is double-shielded with a dual foil and braid. Copper foil wraps the undermold, while a 360-degree solder-to-connector shell and cable braid create an end-to-end shielding solution for a noise-free connection.

Cables To Go 29610 Features:

  • Connectors: HD15 Male to HD15 Female x2
  • Provides performance monitor connection that maximizes color and imaging
  • 24k gold connectors provide maximum corrosion resistance for error-free data transfer
  • Ultra-flexible jacket and oversized thumbscrews make installation easy
  • Heavy-duty molded strain relief provides increased flexibility and durability
  • Double-shielded foil and braid for high-resolution imaging
  • Constructed from 3 individually shielded 75-ohm coax and 4 twisted pair cable to minimize crosstalk, noise, and other interference
  • Aluminum undermold shield assists in reducing EMI/RFI interference to meet FCC requirements
  • Splits the (S)VGA signal providing simultaneous display of the same picture

Cables To Go 29610 Specifications:

Length 1 ft. (0.3 m.)
Color Charcoal
Weight 0.35 lb. (0.16 kg.)
Warranty Lifetime
UPC / EAN Barcode icon
UPC 757120296102
EAN 0757120296102
Question: am computer illiterate so forgive me Can I attach a monitor of Acer Laptop and a desktop computer to a standard flat screen monitor. Only one computer will be sued at a time.
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, this product is used to split a single input (one computer) to two outputs (two monitors). From what you describe, you would like to connect two inputs (several computers) to a single output (the flat screen monitor). For that you will need a video switch (similar to an old A/B selector). Which particular switch you require will depend on the video specification your monitor/computers have. Most modern computers and monitors will support VGA and/or DVI video, the most basic being VGA.

A 2-port, VGA switcher by ATEN can be found here: