ARISKEEN Cat 8 Ethernet Cable 20 FT, Nylon Braided High Speed Cat8 Network LAN Patch Cord, 40Gbps 2000Mhz Shielded RJ45 Flat Internet Cable in…

(5 customer reviews)

Original price was: $12.99.Current price is: $10.39.

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  • 【40Gbps 2000MHz Ethernet Cable CAT 8】 ARISKEEN Cat8 Ethernet cable 20 ft provides up to 40 Gbps data transmission speed and 2000 MHz bandwidth. Ensuring stable network speed for server applications, cloud storage, online HD video streaming, and gaming without any lag or stop. Cat8 ultra-fast patch cord, you don’t need to waste time for waiting.
  • 【Excellent Anti-Interference Design】Our Cat 8 ethernet cord are made of 4 pairs foiled twisted pair (STP) copper wires with 24K gold-plated RJ45 connectors. By this design, the cat8 network cable can better protect the signal quality and prevent problems such as crosstalk, noise and interference, making network speed faster and more stable.
  • 【Flat Cat 8 Ethernet Cable】 Cat8 rj45 cables adopts a flat and thin design to avoid tangled cords and save space. The high speed ethernet cable 20 ft is super flexible to make it easier to hide or run along any surface. You can easily and immediately install the flat Lan cable run along walls, under the door, hidden under the carpet, follow edges or corners.
  • 【Durable Braided Design】Double braided nylon exterior make Cat8 gigabit ethernet cable more durable, flexible and tangle-free. The test proves that this sturdy cat 8 patch cord can be bended 15000+ without broken, very suitable for long-term use.
  • 【Wide Compatibility】20ft flat Cat 8 internet Cables provides universal connectivity for any device with the RJ45 Connector, such as Networking Switch, Routers, Modem, PS5, PS4, X-box, Smart TV. The ethernet cords cat 8 can also be fully backward compatible with Cat7/Cat6e/Cat6/Cat5e/Cat5.
Product Dimensions

0.79 x 0.79 x 0.04 inches, 7.37 Ounces

Date First Available

August 24, 2022

Manufacturer

ARISKEEN

5 reviews for ARISKEEN Cat 8 Ethernet Cable 20 FT, Nylon Braided High Speed Cat8 Network LAN Patch Cord, 40Gbps 2000Mhz Shielded RJ45 Flat Internet Cable in…

  1. Shahi

    Bought the cable due to relocating my PC to another room. I have 200MB broadband but this cable limited to a maximum of around 90-100MB. Changed the cable to another brand and now I have 200MB broadband again! It is out of the return period otherwise I would have returned it for money back!

  2. Erudite Idiot

    Following a bit of re-arrangement of things in my lads bedroom I needed to run a network cable from one side of his room to the other.
    For convenience, I wanted a flat cable as they are easy (compared to normal round cables) to route under skirting boards.

    The cable itself is braided, which should make it fairly durable, and the connectors at each end look to be good quality.

    I chose CAT 7 rated cabling because I wanted the headroom on the capacity of data it can handle over CAT 6 cables.

    A (very) quick explanation of network cables and their ratings.

    CAT 6 can handle speeds of up to 1,000 mb/s (megabits per second). This is also called 1 gigabit per second at a frequency of up to 250 mhz (megahertz).

    CAT 7 can handle speeds of up to 10,000 mb/s or 10 gigabits per second at a frequency of up to 1,000 megahertz.

    That is like swapping from a garden hose to a fireman’s hose for a purpose of comparison!

    Of course, this won’t make your internet faster (unless you have rubbish cables). That is down to the package you have, the cables used to get it to your house and your router (but that mainly impacts wi-fi speeds).
    What it does is ensure that the cables won’t need changing for a long time to come.
    We are lucky to have a full fibre 1 gigabit connection, which at time of writing is about the fastest available connection. These cables have ensured I keep close to that speed even over some distance from the router.

    Overall these are outstanding cables at a good price and I completely recommend.

    Thank you for getting to the end of my review :). I hope you found it helpful.

  3. mtp

    This cable looks well made and feels solid and once in place is excellent but note that it kinks terribly – if you think that christmas tree lights tangle then it is nothing on this. Assuming that you are putting it in a fixed location then this is not a problem but watch out for this on a long wire that you intend to move around.
    Cat 7 is future proofing that most people will never need but it only costs a little more, maybe it gives me a little more robustness on the Cat 5 that is more than almost any home used actually needs (upto 1000 MBit/s).

  4. N. Shah

    This long ethernet cable was perfect to help me relocate my router away from the corner of the house to improve WiFi range. It’s for a small profile so it can be easily hidden from view, and comes with brackets so you can pin them to the wall or skirting. No noticeable different in speed of broadband when using this cable and it feels durable and premium. I will see how it gets on over the next few months and will update the review if necessary.

  5. D

    So,
    The product is good, what does “good” mean!?
    It means it’s made with great materials and does exactly what it’s supposed to do.

    The bad part?
    Placing it is really crazy!
    But I wonder, who is the mentally handicapped person who designs a cable that is supposed to bend, wrap and all that cables do, and design it FLAT???
    Against any law of PHYSICS!

    Especially when you buy a cable of the length that I bought 20 meters!
    he started doing a lot of spirals while I was trying to get him under the carpet, it was exhausting, it wasn’t an easy experience at all!

    I am speechless..

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