For the HDMI cables, there are, at least, two main types which are the Micro HDMI cable or the regular HDMI cable. The former is the newest released one while the latter is original type of HDMI cables. To use the cables, both of them can simply be connected to an HDMI connector such as an hdmi splitter 1 in 2 out and the electronic devices. So, here is a brief example of differences between the Micro HDMI cable and the regular HDMI cable.
Version 1.3b and 1.3c (Released 2007-2008)
HDMI type C connector (mini HDMI) introduced in this period. Apart from that, there is not much change in technology and functions supported by the previous version which is the 1.3a.
Version 1.4 (Released May 2009)
This version is raised to the maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160p, or more popularly known as 4K x 2K. The HDMI cable version 1.4 also has an optional feature, namely Ethernet Connection, so no need to use a separate LAN cable to the devices that are connected with an HDMI cable. The ability to display 3D images also increased the resolution. HDMI Type D connector (Micro HDMI) introduced in this period.