If you need an even shorter HDMI cable than Hama's 3m High Speed HDMI Cable and 1.8m High Speed HDMI Cable, you can go for the Hama .75m High Speed HDMI Cable. Except for the cable length differences, all of these cables offer similar specs like HDMI 2.0b, 4K Ultra HD (4K@60Hz), HDR and 18 Gb/s as well as supporting 1440p and 1080p HDMI signal frame rates, 3D video output and 100 Mb/s Ethernet.
Hama also advertises the cable's gold plated connector design and ferrite core materials on the packaging which it claims to enable high quality and secure signal transmission when used.
Using the GRL DI20 cable tester to test the insertion loss through the Hama .75m High Speed HDMI Cable, we can see the cable has higher loss across different frequencies compared to the Hama .75m HDMI Cable (which is also another model of Hama's .75m HDMI cables).
We picked up the Hama .75m High Speed HDMI Cable from a MediaMarkt retail store in Germany recently as seen below.