50 cm Micro Male to Female USB Extension Cable from StarTech.com
StarTech 50cm Micro Male to Female USB Extension Cable, Connect your Micro-USB tablet to an Android dock
Plus, the cable offers an easy way for you to connect your tablet to an Android™ docking station which means you can listen to music and charge your tablet using your phone dock.
Position your USB 2.0 peripherals the way you want
The extra length the cable enables you to position USB 2.0 peripheral devices as needed. Simply connect the extension cable to your phone or tablet and plug your OTG or MHL adapter into the cable.
With an additional 20 inches, you have extra room for placing your USB OTG capable devices in a way that best suits your needs. You can place your thumb drive out of the way, or position devices such as your keyboard or mouse more comfortably.
When connecting an MHL adapter or a Micro-USB charge-and-sync cable it can provide the extra length you need for connecting to an HDMI or Micro-USB cable that’s just out of reach.
Connect your tablet to an Android dock
This 20 in. extension cable also enables you to connect your Micro USB-enabled tablet to an Android dock. By connecting the female connector to the dock and the male connector to your tablet, you can play music and charge your tablet using a phone docking station that your tablet wouldn’t normally be able to connect to.
• Extend the reach of your mobile device’s Micro-USB port by 20 inches
• Connect your Micro-USB tablet to an Android dock Features • Provide extra room for connecting your USB OTG devices to your mobile devices
|Connector From||Micro B (Female)|
|Connector To||Micro B (Male)|
|Cable Features||PVC Jacket|
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 12th Sep 2017
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