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Hosa Technology USB-200FB Series
High-speed USB cables
Available in 3', 6', and 10' lengths, the cables feature a pivoting Type A connector--the end that typically connects to a computer--that can be set to either straight or right-angle positions. Use the cable in its straight orientation when space permits and in a right angle position in cramped quarters. In its right angle position, the computer would typically be placed on an elevated laptop stand (so the cable can hang off the side) or at the edge of the work surface. To ensure interoperability with a wide range of USB peripherals, the cables are fully compliant with the USB 2.0 serial bus interface standard and are backward compatible with the USB 1.1 standard. Equally notable, these cables support burst data transfer rates up to 480Mb/s.
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