Welcome to the world of electronic data. Data is transmitted via satellite, in the cloud, over cables and connections. Data can be transmitted through the air and radio waves but there has to be a physical connection to a data or electrical source at times to charge the device, upload and upgrade data, sync systems or transfer data from device to device. This is where the cable comes into play. There are:
All of these are part of a system to connect your device to a hard drive, high speed internet or satellite to charge devices or move data.
Data being used, moved or transferred can be audio or video. You want to invest in a High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) cable that is specifically designed for great distances between devices or connections. If the distance is 100 feet or longer, that is when the length and type of fiber optic cable matters. Otherwise the length of cable doesn’t matter for the quality of the audio and video. The USB 3.0 cable and USB 3.0 extension cable are used to plug in, upload and sync smartphones and other equipment. Normal cords received with your smartphone would like nclude the USB 2.0 cable; however the USB 3.0 cable and USB 3.0 extension cable have high speed capabilities as well as other benefits.
What about that smartphone? You purchased your smartphone a while ago and you are very familiar with its operations and capability. However now the newer versions are being released and how do you know when it is time to get a new phone? The life span is typically about two years for a smartphone. Unfortunately it also takes about two years usually to pay for the smartphone as most cell phone companies give you a two year payment agreement without interest, to pay for the phone on your monthly bill. Considering this, about the time you have the smart phone paid for, unless you paid in full at the time of purchase, it will be time to buy a new phone and start the payments over again.
Your cell phone accessories will contain a USB cable charge cord. In most cases it will be a standard length cord, USB 2.0 cable. You may need other cell phone cables. If you need to reach longer distance, you need an extension cable, specifically a USB 2.0 extension cable. However for faster speeds, you can use the USB 3.0 cable and the USB 3.0 extension cable. The 3.0 provides other benefits besides faster speeds such as enhanced wiring and greater stability.
Did you know your cell phone is dirtier than your pet’s food dish? You don’t have a pet? Well your cell phone has more germs than the sole of your shoe, or of course, a toilet seat! There are about 25,000 germs on each square inch of you cell phone. Clean up your smartphone, it’s easy! Go to any drug store and purchase some alcohol wipes. You can find them in convenient single use packets to keep in your pocket or purse or a dispenser to use at home.
The USB cable or cord for your phone, device or flash drive, such as the USB 3.0 cable and the USB 3.0 extension cable, are your fiber optic connection used to communicate data between devices. Do you have the best quality and fastest link between data sources? Do you have the most reliable USB 3.0 cables and USB 3.0 extension cable to meet your needs and reach the distance you have between devices, adapters and electrical power supply?