Certified USB 2.0 Type A to Type B Beige Cable - 3 ft
Essential for nearly every computer accessory, save on our USB 2.0 cables! Certified for quality and reliability, these cables are compliant with current USB specifications and standards. Enjoy high-speed data transfer of up to 480 Mbps, gold plated connector pins for superior corrosion resistance and precision molded ends for added flexibility for a fraction of the price you'd find in a typical office supply store. Backed by an unbeatable 100% satisfaction guarantee and ships fast!
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Page Yield is an approximation of the number of standard pages that can be printed with one cartridge, usually measured at 5% page coverage. 5% coverage is a standard 8.5 x 11 inch page with a light letterhead, address and three paragraphs of text double spaced. If you print mixed text and graphics or WebPages your page coverage is closer to 15% and therefore the number of pages printed with each cartridge will be less. If you are printing photos your page coverage is close to 100% and the number of printed photos will be much less than the amount the number of pages you would be able to print if you were just printing standard text documents.
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Comments about Type A to Type B - Certified USB 2.0, 3ft:
The minute I plugged this cable in, I knew something was amiss. The first evidence? The small wormhole that appeared in our living room, right next to our holstein cowhide recliner. Peering into it I could discern the snarling face of a Ferengi, likely somewhere out in the Gamma quadrant.
Then things got really hairy. Brad shouted from the kitchen that he was detecting elevated tachyon levels from our Vita-Mix, so we immediately diverted power to our forward Romco Rotisserie array. Set it and forget it, indeed.
Still no go. The wormhole continued to grow. So I did what anyone in this rather awkward situation would. I recalibrated our George Foreman Grill (about 10 picometers), ejected the warp core from our Dyson Ball Vac, and unplugged all the Magic Jacks in the house. Bingo. No more worm hole.
I guess what I'm saying is that you can use this cable, but only if you have substantial Star Fleet training.