USB 3.0 Printer / Device Cable, Blue, Type A Male to Type B Male, 3 foot

USB 3.0 Printer / Device Cable, Blue, Type A Male to Type B Male, 3 foot - Part Number: 10U3-02203
USB 3.0 Printer / Device Cable, Blue, Type A Male to Type B Male, 3 foot - Part Number: 10U3-02203
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10U3-02203
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Product Details
  • Warranty: Lifetime
  • Converts: Converts back and forth between USB 3.0 Male Plug and USB 3.0 Male Printer/Device Plug
  • End 1: USB 3.0 Male Plug
  • End 2: USB 3.0 Male Printer/Device Plug
  • Length: 3 feet
  • Color: Blue
  • Wire: 30 AWG
  • Shield Type: foil+braid
Product Information

USB 3.0 Printer / Device Cable, Blue, Type A Male to Type B Male, 3 foot

Our blue 3 foot USB 3.0 SuperSpeed printer/device cables offer the next great leap in data transfer speeds for your periferals. These particular USB 3.0 cables feature a Type A Male (Computer/Tablet/Laptop/Hub side) to Type B Male (Device side, looks square). This USB SuperSpeed cable enables one to connect a printer, scanner, external hard drive and more to your computer, laptop, netbook or notebook. They work for Windows, Mac, Android and Linux.

The 3.0 specification boasts amazing performance improvements that will allow consumers and businesses to get more done in less time, while still supplying full backwards compatibility with previous USB versions. USB 3.0 SuperSpeed features a 10 fold improvement in signaling rate that translates to 5 Gbps versus the older 480 Mbps (USB 2.0). The new Sync-N-Go technology which minimizes user wait time (devices detect and sync faster). USB 3.0 is bi-directional allowing information transfers in both directions at the same time. Add to this the new support for a new interrupt driven protocol, the device can initiate the transfer, vs the old host based device polling. The old way had the USB controller constantly pinging the device, now the device lets the host know when actions start. Lastly USB 3.0 increases power output from 500 mA to 900 mA for faster charging of attached devices and support of more robust peripherals.
4.7 / 5.0 4.7 / 5.0 (3 reviews)
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4 / 5 4/5 - February 27, 2013
RG (Bolton, MA)

Not compatible with USB2.0 peripheral sockets. Not your fault!

5 / 5 5/5 - September 27, 2012
RH (West Seneca, NY)

Works good.

5 / 5 5/5 - January 12, 2012
PM (NEW WINDSOR, MD)

Retail stores watch out. Same great product at a better price.

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