The High Speed HDMI™ Cable with Ethernet is a type of HDMI cable that supports high-definition audio and video transmission between HDMI-enabled devices. It is designed to handle increased bandwidth requirements, allowing for higher resolutions, faster refresh rates, and enhanced audio formats.
The “AOC” in your description likely refers to “Active Optical Cable,” which is a type of HDMI cable that uses optical fibers for data transmission instead of traditional copper wires. These cables are known for their ability to transmit signals over longer distances without signal degradation.
The specification “HDMI™4K@60Hz” indicates that the cable is capable of supporting 4K resolution at a refresh rate of 60Hz. This means that it can transmit high-quality 4K video signals at a smooth and fluid frame rate.
Additionally, the cable is equipped with an Ethernet channel, which enables a connection to the internet or local network through compatible devices. This allows for internet connectivity and networking capabilities without the need for separate Ethernet cables.
Overall, the High Speed HDMI™ Cable with Ethernet, specifically the AOC variant, provides a reliable and efficient solution for connecting HDMI devices, delivering high-quality audio and video signals while offering additional networking functionality.