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USB 2.0 & 3.0 Cables | Cables.com
USB 2.0 and 3.0 are the second and third major versions of the USB standard. USB 2.0 offers a maximum speed of 480MBPS, while USB 3.0 cables are about 10x faster, with a maximum speed of 5GBPS! But while those are interesting facts, what you need to know is where to get the most reliable USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 cables for your needs. Cables.com has you covered!
So what are USB cables used for? They are used to connect devices with a USB connector, such as printers and digital cameras to your laptop or computer. They either transfer data or charge the smaller device. Even among USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 cables, there are differences of function, compatibility and connector types -- so be sure to order the correct USB cables for your needs. If you have any questions, just ask -- we’re happy to help.
We carry many USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 cables for networking, so browse this page to view the different configurations we have available. The most common ones are
- USB A Male to B Male- found in most Printers
- USB A Male to A Female extender cables, used to connect two USB cables and if active, extends them beyond the standard of 5 meters or 16 Feet.
- USB A Male to A Male, used to connect two computers to transfer data between them.
We also offer many more USB cables of superior quality that can help you work faster and more efficiently at home or in the office.
We offer same-day shipping of most of our in-stock items as long as we receive your order by 2PM EST, so take a look at our large collection of USB 2.0 cables and USB 3.0 cables and shop with Cables.com today!