Charge or sync Micro USB mobile devices from a standard USB port on a desktop or mobile computer 6in Micro USB Cable / Short Micro USB Cable Simple to store in a tablet or laptop case Sync at your desk & eliminate uncessary clutter Ideal for close-range connections such as charging in a car or with a power bank Compatible with various tablets such as the Kindle Fire / Nexus 10 Compatible with various phones such as Nexus 5 / HTC One / Nokia Lumia 630 & 520 / Sony Xperia M2 & Z1 Look for "Ships and Sold by Amazon" to ensure you are receiving genuine StarTech.com product. Genuine products come in StarTech.com packaging. The UUSBHAUB6IN 6-inch USB A to Micro B USB Cable provides 1 USB A (male) connector, and 1 Micro USB B connector, letting you connect mobile devices such as BlackBerry and Android-based cellular phones that use a Micro USB connector to a USB-capable computer, for every day tasks such as data synchronization and file transfers.
This is specifically for the right angle variant as I have not seen or purchased the others.Every other aspect of this cable(length, flexibility, right angle at the micro usb end) is great. However be aware that either because of the small gauge of the wire(which allows its flexibility) ,some internal mechanism or wiring defect, or just these things in addition to the extra length of the canle without added voltage to compensate, the cable is not capable of chargin..
I bought this cable to use with my Google Chromecast. Sure, they give you a cable to power your Chromecast but, if your television has a spare USB that can be used for power, the supplied cord is entirely too long for most televisions that have the usb ports nearby the hdmi ports. - I bought this 6" cable, which works as well but it was a bit more snug than I anticipated. I thought the 6" cable, when I bought it would be fine - and it was tigh..
In summary, it's a "good" cable but not an exceptional cable. If you want a long cable for data transfer needs, this will do. If you're looking to use this for charging a high-amp device like a tablet or beefy phone, look elsewhere.Speed:I ran a data transfer test between my Note 2 and a computer with an SSD. I was able to achieve 15.5 MBs/sec on both this cable and the 23 AWG 5' Samsung cable that came with my phone. I did both reads and writes - once to the class..