When it comes to cable covers, there’s no shortage of choices.
But what is the best way to get your cable set up?
For the majority of us, it’s simply a matter of finding the right cable.
We’re here to help.
We’ve compiled a list of the best wired and wireless cable options, and we’ll be updating it as new options are released.
If you’ve already got the basics covered, we’ve also put together a quick guide to picking out the right wireless and wired cable for your home.
We’ll be adding to this as we discover better wireless and wireless options for each type of home.
To find out more about the best wireless and cable options in your area, head to wired.com/covers.
What are some of the differences between wired and wired?
Wireless cables, typically in the 10-ft.-wide, 2.5-ft-deep, and 5-ft.-wide class, have the ability to connect to each other via cables.
Wirelessly, wireless connections work much like wireless phone or internet connections, allowing you to connect devices to each another without using your mobile phone or data connection.
They also have the benefit of not needing an antenna to connect the two devices together.
The two basic types of wireless cable: Wirely cable – “cable” that can connect to your phone or tabletWireless phone – Wireline cable that can be used to send and receive phone callsWireless tablet – A wireless cable that is capable of transferring data from one device to another, and then sharing data between devicesWireless Internet access – Internet access cables that can also be used for downloading filesWireless router – The device itself that transmits data to a wireless networkWireless network – Communication network that can include multiple devices and devices in a groupWireless video streaming – Any device that can transmit and receive video streamsWiFi – Digital radio that uses radio waves to communicate wirelesslyWireless internet – Network that provides a wireless connection to the internetWireless home network -A home network that allows a single device or device group to communicateWireless wireless internet -The internet that is used for connecting devices and connecting data to the cloudWireless cable -The cable that allows wireless internet to be transmitted from one location to anotherWireless wired -Wireless that can support wired connectionsWireless cordless -Wirelessly that can use cable connectionsWireful wireless -Wirelessness that can communicate wirelyWireless audio streaming -Any device or group that can stream audio wirelessly from a wireless device to a wired deviceWireless USB -Wireline USB that can work as a wireless USB hubWireless ethernet -Wirenet cable that works as an ethernet cableWireless modem -A wireless router that allows for a single wireless device or a group of wireless devices to communicate with each otherWireless networking -Any wireless device that works with multiple wireless devicesWirefree gaming -A network of connected devices and gamesWireless gaming accessories – Wireless networking peripherals that can act as wireless routersWireless LAN -A networking device that is wiredWireless media streaming – Any device that streams audio wirely to a connected deviceWirefree video streaming Any type of video streaming device, including gaming consoles, smart TVs, and even your smartphoneWireless TV -A TV that works wirelessly