|Item model number||F3U151B06|
|Item Weight||1.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.6 x 6.4 x 7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||0.63 x 6.38 x 7 inches|
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Belkin 6-Feet USB A to Micro B Pro Cable (Black)
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- Reduces cross talk and interference with aluminum undermold shield
- Molded-strain relief construction for flexible movement, durability, and fit
- Provides excellent conductivity using 24k gold-plated copper contacts
- Complies with fully rated cable specification using braid-and-foil shield protection
- All Belkin products are guaranteed with lifetime warranty of defects in design, assembly, material, and workmanship
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I am awarding this item 5 stars for price, quality and for not making any special 'claims' as a pretext to charge an inflated price.
But, YES, it DOES work with the latest Kindle and YES, you can use with with a Blackberry Bold and most smart phones and headsets.
Anyone in the market for a USB cable should be very careful because there are at least 6 kinds of USB connectors. If you are buying a cable that connects 'something' to your computer or laptop, the computer end of the cable will always be a USB-A or 'Type A' connector. At the other end, you may have a USB-B/Type B - a nearly square shaped connector used mostly to deliver power to a device but this is rare. Most likely, you will have a Mini-B or a Micro-B. The difference between the 2 is that the Micro-B is half as thick while the width is the same - Mini-B is 3x7mm while Micro-B is 1.5x7mm.
If your device (phone, PDA, camera) is a 'new' one and it's using USB, chances are that they will need a Micro-B connector because the industry seems to be adopting the 'Micro' form factor as its standard. If the above sounds simple, you should keep in mind that some devices require Mini-AB or Micro-AB connectors, also known as USB OTG (OnTheGo) devices.
My advice: before ordering any cable, make sure that you clearly understand what type of cable you need. If in doubt, do some more research or call the maker's tech support.
If you only want a data cable, then these might work, but don't buy them to charge your devices.
1) I ordered this product because of Belkin brandname. When the cables arrived I did not find any 'belkin' anywhere. Neither on the cables nor on packaging. They might be belkin but it was not clearly written.
2) the wire used in the cable is not soft. It seems to be a bit rigid and heavy.
3) There are some non-standard fetaures. For example, usually the USB symbol is on top of the connector so you can see the USB symbol as you insert the cable into the device. In this cable, it is at the bottom.
4) The original Samsung cable that came with the phone appears to be sleeker than this. This works but it is an inferior product.
I do not know if I will trust my $600 phone with this cable again.
I bought 5 of these to spread around my office to hook people's HTC Droid INC phones to their computers. None of them work so I know it wasn't just one bad cable. They have been tried on about 15 different computers (4 different types) and 5 different phones, with each cable being tried with multiple phones and computers. MY belkin cable works fine in all of the above cases.
All 5 of these cables fail to do the two things they need to: charge phone, transfer files.
1. FAIL: Connect the phones to the computers in data mode, so photos can be transferred. The phones will connect, then disconnect, then connect, then disconnect, then connect etc forever and ever. Never do they actually get a good connection between the phone and computer.
2. FAIL: Charge the phone from the computer. The phone will in fact rapidly discharge as it repeatedly tries to connect to the computer.
Don't get these craptastic things. Even if they give them to you, there isn't enough copper in them to make it worth recycling.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great rugged cable that actually lasts for a reasonable amount of timePublished 15 days ago by R. Gray
The connectors on the score. Lasting... And lasting... And Lasting. So nice for a change. You can purchase generic junk or Belkin quality for a little morePublished 2 months ago by DR DEADPOOL
Thank goodness they make them longer because it is so much easier to set-up games & things with nowPublished 5 months ago by DB
This worked for one month and died. And yes, we're sure it is the cable, our much older but shorter cable works swell charging our tablet.Published 7 months ago by Carrie Ann Rivers
Usb pin is very loose, it comes out when even moved little bit.Published 10 months ago by Naresh kumar Jhammat