When it comes to cables, there are three main types that you may require for your Raspberry Pi - HDMI, USB and Audio cables. In order to see your Raspbian desktop on your HDMI monitor or your television, you'll require an HDMI cable which is able to transfer video as well as audio from your Raspberry Pi. We offer a range of Official Raspberry Pi 4 HDMI cables, as well as adapters so you can convert HDMI to or from other formats such as DVI or VGA.
In the case of powering your Pi, you will need a USB or Micro USB cable. It can be tricky finding the correct connector, however we also offer USB-B to USB-C adapters in case of any confusion.
Audio cables are used to transfer analog or digital signals to an amplifier or speaker. In the case of your Raspberry Pi, you can plug the 3.5mm jack into headphones or other stereo devices.
You may also be interested in GPIO cables. These ribbon cables allow devices to 'talk' to each other, meaning different devices can interact with each other through the use of programmed code. View more View less