Connect USB printers, displays, USB display adapters, keyboards/mice, etc from across the room with this 10-meter/32-foot USB 2.0 active extension cable. This cable's bus-powered single port hub and premium shielding enable it to have double the length of a standard USB cable.
This Bluetooth controlled switch can help you automate nearly any electrical device in your home with a few quick swipes on your device. Want your lights to turn on when you walk in the door? Love your old coffee pot but you wish it had a timer? This switch lets you control and bring existing electronics and appliances to life. With the device's protocol exposed through a Python open-source library, you can custom built your own application to fit any power delivery scheme imaginable!
The Plugable USB3-E1000 is an easy way to gain wired gigabit network speeds for faster HD video streaming, gaming, web browsing, network storage and more.
Common uses include adding wired gigabit network support to Macbooks, UltraBooks, or notebooks with no Ethernet connection, or replacing or upgrading network adapters in desktop PCs. USB network adapters can improve speeds vs. older 10/100 adapters and wireless networks. Also useful for adding network interfaces, and transferring files peer-to-peer over Ethernet. This product is NOT a solution for connecting a USB device like a printer to a network.
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Connect USB printers, displays, adapters, keyboards, etc. from across the room with this 5 meter / 16 foot USB 2.0 active extension cable. This cable uses the same electronics and gauge of cable as our popular 10 meter version, but stays within USB 2.0's maximum standard length of 5 meters.
USB Charging Information
Most devices can't/won't charge from normal powered USB hubs if the computer is turned off/not connected. That includes most Android, Apple iOS, and Windows devices. The phone/tablet must negotiate how much power to pull, to do so by the original USB specification, devices are supposed to only draw 100mA at first and then they can then negotiate up to 500mA. This negotiation requires a PC that's attached and on. Unfortunately even at 500mA, charging most devices will take a very long time to charge.
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