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This is a recurring deal every few weeks for around $1 with free shipping. Given how Frys.com is so stingy on free shipping (most items require $34 minimum) but on these HDMI cables they don't care tells me they must have giant shipping containers from China sitting in their one and only warehouse and are pretty eager to get rid of these. It also tells you that their cost is pretty small per unit if they can pay for shipping and still break even. I know I'm wild guessing but I wouldn't be surprised to hear Fry's paid 10 cents per cable in a bulk deal from China.

I already have a large box of HDMI cables and I never paid more than $1 for any 6' cable and $5 tops for a 25' cable, so I don't need any more 6' HDMI cables.
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I picked up three this morning. They're in the ProHT branded bag, not the Inland bag, so check the SKU when you buy them.
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No shipping for me it looks like. Dead deal or a regional thing?
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Inland is sold at Fry's?! I thought Inland was Microcenter's in house brand? This is like seeing Kirkland Signature at Sam's Club lol
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Inland is sold at Fry's?! I thought Inland was Microcenter's in house brand? This is like seeing Kirkland Signature at Sam's Club lol
No inland has always been at Fry's or at least 10 years
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What the $3 best buy own can do, this can do as well.
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These babies should easily handle 480i at 15hz and HDMI 2.2 for those on the fence.
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No inland has always been at Fry's or at least 10 years
inland, rosewill, ultra all made by same factory usually. yeah microcenter probably was first. i wanna say i seen a 4th recently. microcenters ceo discussed in a podcast how he went to asia to talk with them about creating their in house brand years back so they were first.
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inland, rosewill, ultra all made by same factory usually. yeah microcenter probably was first. i wanna say i seen a 4th recently. microcenters ceo discussed in a podcast how he went to asia to talk with them about creating their in house brand years back so they were first.
Inland brand in name has been around since before MicroCenter franchised beyond 2 stores.. I can remember it from the flea market vendor "computer show & sale" days, remember those?
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OOS for shipping.
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This is a recurring deal every few weeks for around $1 with free shipping. Given how Frys.com is so stingy on free shipping (most items require $34 minimum) but on these HDMI cables they don't care tells me they must have giant shipping containers from China sitting in their one and only warehouse and are pretty eager to get rid of these. It also tells you that their cost is pretty small per unit if they can pay for shipping and still break even. I know I'm wild guessing but I wouldn't be surprised to hear Fry's paid 10 cents per cable in a bulk deal from China.

I already have a large box of HDMI cables and I never paid more than $1 for any 6' cable and $5 tops for a 25' cable, so I don't need any more 6' HDMI cables.
I have found that they actually make some (or most?) of these HDMI cables in California, USA.
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