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December Pro AV Today Top 5 Most Read

  1. CT scans of USB-C cables reveals the difference an extra $120 makes

Apple’s much-celebrated embracing of USB-C connectivity included the announcement of a $130 Thunderbolt 4 Pro cable, leaving many to wonder what could possibly make a USB-C cable worth so much money. To get to the bottom of the question, industrial CT scanner manufacturer Lumafield put the expensive Apple cable to the test by scanning it alongside other USB-C cables priced at $10, $5.59 and $3.89, to see if there’s any notable difference at these price points.

2. Extron issues supply chain statement

Extron CEO/CTO Brian Taraci has issued a statement to customers, bringing good news regarding the current state of the company’s supply chain and inventory.

3. Attendees of festival report severe eye burns from improper stage lighting 

Dozens of unfortunate attendees reported severe pain and impaired vision after attending ApeFest, a Bored Ape NFT eve nt in Hong Kong. The culprit? UV stage lighting.

4. California passes right-to-repair law

California has joined New York and Minnesota, becoming the third state in the U.S. to pass a right-to-repair law. The bill passed quickly through the state legislature, and has been signed by Governor Gavin Newsom.

5. Changi Airport Terminal 2 reopens with digital waterfall

Terminal 2 has been reopened with an additional 226,000 square feet square feet added. The new remodeling includes the 46-foot Wonderfall, made out of 892 flat and flexicurved digital display tiles.

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