1m USB 3.0 A to Micro B Right Angle Slim Cable from StarTech.com
• Connect Micro-USB 3.0 devices (portable hard drive, card reader, video capture device, hard drive enclosure, etc.) to a USB 3.0 compatible PC or laptop
• Charge and sync your USB 3.0 Micro B-equipped mobile digital devices Features Position USB 3.0 devices the way you want
Now you can arrange your desk according to what works best for you, without worrying about the cable bending awkwardly or straining too much to make a connection. This durable, lightweight cable is roughly half the thickness of a regular USB 3.0 cable, giving you the flexibility and freedom to place your devices as needed, with minimal clutter.
This versatile cable features a right-angled connector, which offers a more natural fit at the device connection point and helps prevent unnecessary strain and damage to the port.
Charge and sync your USB 3.0 mobile devices
Replace the cable that came with your Micro USB mobile device or keep one as a spare while traveling.
As well as being ideal for connecting to your desktop devices, this cable provides the perfect solution for charging and syncing your USB 3.0 Micro B-equipped phones and tablets.
Connect to your mobile devices with ease
The cable features a thin, yet sturdy connector molding, so you’ll be able to connect to your phone or tablet without removing its protective case. Plus, the cable’s right-angled Micro-USB connector lets you text, work or game on your mobile device even while it’s charging, without the cable getting in the way.
The USB3AU1MRS 1-meter cable is backed by StarTech.com’s lifetime warranty for guaranteed reliability.
|Type||USB 3.0 Cable|
|Connector From||USB (A)|
|Connector To||Micro B (Male)|
|Connector Features||Nickel Plated Connector|
|Cable Features||PVC Jacket|
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
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