Belkin Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Cable (10 Feet)

10-Feet Gold Cable Kit. Carry 1 Cable For All Usb Needs. Includes Portable Pouch To Keep Adapters Together Connect a USB printer, scanner, hard drive, or other device to your computer using Belkin’s F3U133-10 Pro Series USB 2.0 device cable. The 10-foot cable offers a USB type A termination at one end and a type

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10-Feet Gold Cable Kit. Carry 1 Cable For All Usb Needs. Includes Portable Pouch To Keep Adapters Together Connect a USB printer, scanner, hard drive, or other device to your computer using Belkin’s F3U133-10 Pro Series USB 2.0 device cable. The 10-foot cable offers a USB type A termination at one end and a type B termination at the other. It transmits data at up to 480 Mbps in error-free, high-performance transmissions over 20-gauge power wires. The F3U133-10 is hot-pluggable, supports up to 127 daisy-chained devices, and comes with Belkin’s lifetime warranty.

Molded strain relief and PVC overmolding make the cable durable, while its impedance-matched, twisted-pair construction minimizes cross talk, ensuring high-speed, error-free transmission. Gold-plated copper contacts provide maximum conductivity and minimize data loss. An aluminum undermold shield helps meet FCC requirements on EMI/RFI interference, and its foil-and-braid shield complies with fully rated cable specifications, reducing EMI/RFI interference.

All Belkin USB cables are rigorously tested and certified by Belkin’s quality-assurance engineers and are 100-percent, fully compliant with current USB specifications and all other applicable industry standards.

Product Features

  • Carry 1 Cable For All Usb Needs
  • Includes Portable Pouch To Keep Adapters Together

Comments

Romero says:

USB printer cable I recently needed to buy a USB cable for my new printer and I found out that there are many USB cables at very different prices.So, doing a search I found the “Belkin 10FT USBA/USBB Device Cable” but I was not sure if it would work for a printer. Since it was the less expensive I decided to give it a try.

Pat says:

Works great 0

Deborah MacGillivray "Author," says:

great buy 0

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