A new, high-definition, digital optical cable costing $35 to install and $2,500 per month can now be purchased online for as little as $50.
The cable, designed to work with an optical dongle, has already caught the attention of tech journalists and Internet users across the world, as well as many consumers who don’t normally pay attention to cable and broadband pricing.
“I feel like a fraud.
I have never seen such a thing before,” a user named Joseph wrote on the blog of a major Internet company, Ars Technica.
“I don’t even understand how this can work.
How does this work?”
Joseph’s comment drew a quick response from a user on the company’s Facebook page, who added: “The cable does not exist.”
A representative for the cable company told Ars Technia that it “has no comment at this time.”
The new cable, dubbed the “Digital Optical Cable,” has been dubbed the first of its kind.
The company describes it as a “dongle that lets you get digital content for $35 per month.”
The cable costs $35 and can be installed with a cable-like dongling.
It works with a $35 cable that can be purchased from any online retailer, including Amazon.
The only requirement is that you have the cable installed.
The dongles can be used for any type of digital content, including streaming services like Netflix and Hulu.
It can also be used with the more popular Blu-ray players like Blu-Ray, DVD, or digital audio players like the iPod Touch or Apple TV.
The cable comes with a five-year warranty and a 30-day money-back guarantee, so it’s safe to say that this is not a product that anyone is going to buy for a dime.
This isn’t a product for the masses.
It’s a product designed specifically to appeal to the likes of tech nerds and movie buff types who like to have more control over what they see on their TV.
In its announcement on Monday, the company claimed that the cable was designed to be “the best value” for those who want to stream their favorite movies or television shows for free, and that it will work with almost any digital device.
But this was a bold claim.
This cable was specifically designed to appeal not to the masses, but to tech nerds.
“We believe that this product will be a tremendous boon to the entertainment industry in particular, as it provides the widest coverage of digital media,” the company wrote.
“And we hope this will encourage consumers to switch to streaming services in general, which are more easily accessible than traditional cable subscriptions.”
The cable is still in the testing phase and not expected to be ready to be shipped to consumers until early 2019.
But it’s easy to see why people would want a new cable if they want more control and control over their entertainment.