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    Cable with anti-virus protection

    This is an HDMI cable marketed to go along with an Xbox. Hopefully it's just a misprint



    The Consumerist » This HDMI Cable Represents The Edge Of Human Stupidity

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    Sorry smoke but I only buy Monster™ brand cables, amplifiers, power conditioners and surge protectors. I am not easily fooled by marketing jargon and flashy packaging ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHills44060 View Post
    Sorry smoke but I only buy Monster™ brand cables, amplifiers, power conditioners and surge protectors. I am not easily fooled by marketing jargon and flashy packaging ;-)
    I'm glad somebody out there mindig the store

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHills44060 View Post
    Sorry smoke but I only buy Monster™ brand cables, amplifiers, power conditioners and surge protectors. I am not easily fooled by marketing jargon and flashy packaging ;-)
    Now, that's funny!

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    I beat whoever makes this cable will not offer any cost protection/replacement if your system does get a virus using their cable. What a joke! and be sure there will be people out there that will stand behind this claim and tell you that the cable does protect your Xbox, TV and any other devices you may connect to it. I can see the sales clerk now.....this is the top of the line HDMI cable we offer and it also has anti virus protection built in it incase your routers fail or your computer software fails, this is just added protection to give you and your family more peace of mind when using your electronic devices........lol
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    What are Virus Noises?

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    I get those out of my X-Beyach all the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHills44060 View Post
    Sorry smoke but I only buy Monster™ brand cables, amplifiers, power conditioners and surge protectors. I am not easily fooled by marketing jargon and flashy packaging ;-)
    Greenies for you..
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