Cmple Cat5e Network Ethernet Cable – Computer LAN Cable 1Gbps – 350 MHz, Gold Plated RJ45 Connectors – 10 Feet Black

(13 customer reviews)


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  • CAT5E CABLE connects all the hardware destinations on a Gigabit Local Area Network (LAN), such as PCs, computer servers, printers, routers, switch boxes, network media players
  • SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE: Support speed up to 1 Gigabit or 1000 Mbps; our 350 MHZ UTP CAT5E patch cable provides a high-speed, fast data transfer for server applications, cloud storage
  • HIGH QUALITY: 8P8C RJ45 connectors with gold-plated contacts for lossless and fast data transfer. Ideal solution for video chatting, online high definition video streaming, NAS, VoIP phones, PoE devices, and more.
  • LIFETIME GUARANTEE: We are so confident that you will love our CAT 5 cables. If for any reason you do not, we will accept your return for a full refund.
  • PACKAGE INCLUDE: 1 x Cat5e Ethernet Network Patch Cable 350MHz RJ45 – 10 Feet Black


Connector Type


Cable Type


Compatible Devices

‎Television, Server, Router, Personal Computer, Modem, Printer



Connector Gender


Data Transfer Rate

‎1 Gigabits Per Second

Unit Count

‎1 Count

Item Weight

‎2.56 ounces

Package Type

‎Standard Packaging

Item model number


Product Dimensions

‎2.11 x 1.67 x 0.4 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎2.11 x 1.67 x 0.4 inches



Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎January 16, 2013

13 reviews for Cmple Cat5e Network Ethernet Cable – Computer LAN Cable 1Gbps – 350 MHz, Gold Plated RJ45 Connectors – 10 Feet Black

  1. Stephen

    Good quality cable

  2. Sirshrimp

    very cheap loose insulation fragile works fine though I bought two of these then I decided to move things around and I didn’t really need them so long. can’t beat the price

  3. janetbr

    What can I say about these ethernet cables they do the job that their mate for and they work well

  4. Aida

    It’s a good buy, would buy it again.

  5. dontcare

    The item received on time. I put the cable through conduit and a part of the coating damaged. The quality of the coating appear to be low. However, I have not compared it with other brand to be fair to the supplier. Great price. Recommended

  6. Bob

    Does the job

  7. Jack + Beep

    What I needed this for: I have a thinkpad and it isn’t able to wirelessly connect to the router in my apartment.

    What I was willing to sacrifice: computer mobility. My computer is now confined to my desk area.

    This cable came promptly, with a passive-aggressive note ordering me to leave a five star review–very unprofessional, I think, but not a huge deal. It was just a note, so I threw it out without thinking much about it.

    I connected the cable up immediately and found that 100ft was way more than I needed to thread the cable from the router’s room to my room next door. For a while, I dragged the cable from room to room with me–it was long enough, after all, so why not?

    Then, about a month into having it, the casing started to just give up the ghost, as though the plastic had been dried out in the sun or a dry garage for years. I was a bit scared at first–one never wants to see the guts of one’s cables–but the cable was still connecting me to the internet, and losing the ability to sit in other rooms didn’t seem like a big deal to me. So, I set up my computer at my bedroom desk.

    The casing cracking away did reveal that the wires within are not twisted all neatly into pairs, as they ought to be–they’re also non-standard colours (orange, grey, white, mint green, green, sky blue, blue, brown).

    Overall, I would say if you really need a cable and you have got a shoestring budget, and don’t mind having to be stationary, go for it. It connects reliably to the internet. However, if you are going to be moving at all, or if you have any kind of environment where the wires are in danger of being damaged if they’re not neatly hidden in a casing (if you have children or other small animals that chew, for example), don’t get this cable.

    And, computer techs and tinkerers, this cable is maybe good to learn on–it connects and the casing is easy to strip off; but as I said it is non-standard colours and would probably not be good for anything but practise.

  8. Dvon

    Overall I can’t complain for the 100ft cable I bought. It’s quite a bit longer than I needed but it’s fine for what I needed it for. It’s pretty lightweight but pretty durable for a product of it’s kind.

    +Easy to use (Just plug it in and you are good to go)
    +Fast Connection

    Did not come with any sort of ziptie or the sort so you may have to get one if you have extra cable.

    Overall: Can’t beat the price and product. It has my recommendation!

  9. David Flores Jr.

    What can you expect it an ethernet cable long ethernet cable

  10. hunter

    I oredered 2 75ft cords, one is 75 ft and the other is like 65ft, I’m extremely dissatisfied that one is shorter when it’s the same f-ing cord. Cord works good but I’m still frustrated it’s not the same length. Shame on y’all!

  11. The Associate

    Top notch cable, used to connect Xbox 360 since I prefer wired connections.
    No disconnections, excellent speed, works perfectly.
    Would buy again if needed.

  12. michael

    The cable is as described i have nothing bad to say about this product

  13. Underberg

    It is a simple cable.
    The cover over the holding tab is standard for most cables these days. But, there is a problem. My new laptop computer has the new form of network socket where the lip has to be pulled down to insert the cable. The problem now is that the protective cover gets snagged in the lip.
    I have to carry around an old style cable to connect to my laptop.

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