New York City is full of expensive cable boxes, so why not try a cheap one?
The answer is a little more complicated than you might think, according to a new blog post by a blogger from New York.
The New York Times reports that “some of the biggest cable companies are now pushing consumers toward the cheaper, less powerful 4K monitors.”
One of those cable companies is Cox Communications, and the blog post details how to buy the cheapest 4K HDMI cable online.
The blog post explains that while the cheapest HDMI cable sold online today costs about $15, it costs about 20 times more to connect a 4K TV to a 4k computer or other display.
Cox’s new website offers a quick way to connect your 4K laptop to a cable box, which is currently only available through Amazon.
The company says that the 4K cable box will work with up to eight monitors, and that you can also connect it to your PC for up to four 4K displays.
The site says that it is currently working on a new 4K display that is “very flexible” and will be “coming soon.”
Cox says that 4K televisions will be available in “late 2016,” but that the cable company is “not certain” when it will launch its first 4K 4K TVs.
Cable companies have been experimenting with 4K devices for a long time, and there have been many “flagships” in the market.
The 4K UHD cable box currently on the market is a 5K Ultra HD TV, and it’s one of the cheapest.
The cheapest 4k cable box is currently $50.