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TMCNet:  CableWholesale Unveils New Products

[February 12, 2013]

CableWholesale Unveils New Products

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) February 12, 2013 CableWholesale.com, the online developer and distributer of high quality, low priced cables, has unveiled a whole host of new product offerings on their popular website, CableWholesale.com. These products are wide ranging from audio cables and connectors to the latest cheap USB cables for iPhones and much more. This comes as good news to people seeking the lowest wholesale prices online on the newest high quality electronic accessories, parts and more.

CableWholesale.com takes pride on providing the most up-to-date and high quality products and accessories on the Internet. They offer some of the best-made fiber optic cables on the market. They just released premium grade digital audio Toslink fiber optic 5mm cables in 3-foot length for only $2.67, 6-foot for $3.11, 9-foot for $3.93, 25-foot for $5.98, and 50-foot for $9.72.

IPhone, iPad, and iPod USB cables and other accessories are of the hottest items available online. CableWholesale offers some of the best Apple product accessories on the web. They just released Apple Authorized black and white iPhone, iPad, and iPod USB charge and sync 6-foot cables, for only $8.35 and $8.36 respectively.

Headphones are increasing in popularity as consumers demand quality and stylish designs. CableWholesale has met this market demand with their latest high quality, yet affordable Bluetooth wireless headsets with microphone, Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR, 10 meter/33 foot range headphones. They come in a variety of colors and begin at just $32.62.

Cable Wholesale is committed to staying ahead of the technological curve on behalf of their valued customers. They regularly offer best-in-class high quality cable products and accessories at the lowest online prices, including the best Ethernet cables, HDMI cables, the best speaker wire, and more. They recommend customers check back at their site often, as they continually release new and exciting products at low wholesale prices.

About Cable Wholesale Established in 1996, Cable Wholesale develops and produces products designed to bring high quality cables and accessories to their customers. CableWholesale.com offers over 3,600 products through their website or by telephone order, including: network cables, Ethernet cables, Cat 5 cables, Cat 6 cables, HDMI, digital video cables, computer cables, adapters, converters, and more. They are constantly updating and expanding their inventory. They offer a lifetime guarantee on their entire product base, price matching, low cost shipping, special pricing, sales, customer service, special orders and more. They have an A+ rating with the BBB. For more information, visit http://www.cablewholesale.com or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or Google+.

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