USB 2.0 cable with A Male to Micro B connectors; supports up to 480 Mbps data transmission speed
Ideal for charging Android phones and tablets or connecting PC peripherals such as hard drives, printers, and more
Gold-plated connectors resist corrosion for signal purity; smaller connector designed to fit smaller spaces
Compact connector head works with nearly all cases; improved charging capability up to 2100 mA
Thinner and more flexible cable
USB 2.0 A-Male to Micro B Cable
Experience an easy, reliable connection with this enhanced AmazonBasics micro USB cable. The high-quality cable provides a standard Type A USB connector on one end and a Micro Type B connector on the other. Plug the Type A USB connector into a computer, game console, or AC adapter, for instance, and the Micro Type B connector into a device equipped with a Micro Type B port. Micro Type B ports are often found on devices like mobile phones, smartphones, MP3 players, tablets, digital cameras, and digital camcorders.
The USB 2.0 cable features a thinner and more flexible cable and enhanced charging capability thanks to advanced Gen 3 technology. Even more, the durable cable comes with corrosion-resistant gold-plated connectors, which allow it to be connected and disconnected over and over again without signal loss. Enjoy a consistently superior signal every time.
Charge and Sync
Use the Micro USB cable to charge and sync your Android device. Redesigned to be even smaller, the connector fits more easily in small spaces, making it possible, for example, to connect to your Android phone without having to remove the case first. The AmazonBasics cable can also be used to transfer data between your computer and your printer, external hard drive, or digital camera. Simply plug the micro USB end into your device and connect the USB side into a wall adapter or USB hub.
The Micro USB cable works with any device equipped with a Micro USB hub, including Amazon Kindle (Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HDX, and Kindle Paperwhite), Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets, HTC One and Motorola Droid smartphones, Windows tablets, GPS devices, Nexus 7 tablets, and PSP game consoles—just to name a few.