Highly Portable HDMI Adapter/Coupler kit.
Recently, my wife’s close friend approached her to help put together a video/fundraising presentation with some Christian music. They wanted a band, they wanted a projector, microphones, and a sound system. Without hesitation, she volunteered my tech services for this local community service charity event. I was pleased to discover that they had a band preselected that wanted to set up their own stage equipment. However, this left the presentation setup to me. My domain became the projector, the screen, and the presentation/computer.
Whether you know it or not, there are various styles/degrees of techie. On a base level, you can range from newb to Grand Master, you can be a generalist or specialist, you can be professionally or self-taught, and some may simply try to avoid tech altogether. My wife adopts the lifestyle of a tech-tolerant individual but would likely opt for the latter. As long as I keep the lights on, her iPhone working, and the internet flowing, she does not really care about gadgets and gizmos. Thus, she did not understand my frustration when I asked what kind of ports/output was available on the presentation computer. Even worse, she was unable to tell me what kind of computer it was.
Whenever I travel, I typically carry two BUBM organizer bags within my backpack. Sections of the bags work to organize my cables (USB-A, USB-C, Lightning), while others serve to corral a plethora of dongles. Since I never truly know what type of cable/connector may be necessary, I tend to overpack. While perusing Amazon looking for adapters, I happened upon a WYMECT 10-pack Cable adapters kit and knew that it would enhance my travel bag. I added it to my cart, patiently awaited the Prime delivery, and opened up the 4 1/4 inches wide by 7 3/4 inches tall zip-closure bag. The posterior white surface provided a nice backdrop for the included SKU sticker. I would have liked the company name or logo upon the bag, but I understand that it was likely a substantial cost-saving to use a generic label/barcode sticker.
I tore the top layer along the perforation and removed the two large zip-closure bags. The first contained a 60-inches long, black, round, rubber-coated “HDTV to HDTV” Cable (HDMI…