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    Ultra ULT31434 Connector Kit
    Author: jonnyGURU
    Date Posted:24/11/2004
    SLRating: SLRating: 7/10
    Bottom Line: SLCentral reviewed the Ultra ULT31434 13-piece ZipCord Laptop Connector Kit. If you need RJ11, USB and Firewire cables plus adapters to fit many connections then maybe its for you. Although it could come in handy there are risks as JonnyGuru found out.

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    Introduction

    Today, I'm reviewing the ULT31434 13-piece ZipCord Laptop Connector Kit. The kit includes more than what you need in one simple package: RJ45, RJ11, USB and Firewire cables plus adapters to fit many connections. Each cable features a retractable cord that helps eliminate tangles and unsightly bulky mess. Everything comes together in a foam-lined pleather (plastic leather aka immitation leather aka pleather) carrying case with the word "Ultra" embossed across the top.

    The ZipCords are probably made in the same factory as Cables Unlimited's ZipLinq cables. This was determined from the three patents listed in the lower left hand corner of the back of the ZipCord packaging. The patents are held by Cables Unlimited, parent company of ZipLinq and I'm quite sure the letters "Z" & "L" in the patent number stands for "Zip" and "Linq."

    The primary difference between this kit that Ultra offers and anything that Cables Unlimited has is that Ultra has put 13 pieces into one kit for under $50.



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