Reddit Reddit reviews AmazonBasics USB 2.0 Extension Cable - A-Male to A-Female - 9.8 Feet (3 Meters)

We found 31 Reddit comments about AmazonBasics USB 2.0 Extension Cable - A-Male to A-Female - 9.8 Feet (3 Meters). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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AmazonBasics USB 2.0 Extension Cable - A-Male to A-Female - 9.8 Feet (3 Meters)
One 9.8-foot-long (3 meters) USB 2.0 A-Male to A-Female high-speed extension cableExtends your USB connection to your computer by 9.8 feet; for use with printers, cameras, mice, keyboards and other USB computer peripheralsConstructed with corrosion-resistant, gold-plated connectors for optimal signal clarity and shielding to minimize interferenceFeatures shielding that provides protection against noise from electromagnetic and radio-frequency signals, keeping your signal clear with less loss of bandwidth for higher performanceTypically, the Male A connector plugs into your computer and the Female A connects to the cable you need extended. Check your device manuals to make sure this is the connector you need
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31 Reddit comments about AmazonBasics USB 2.0 Extension Cable - A-Male to A-Female - 9.8 Feet (3 Meters):

u/Kenaf · 12 pointsr/PS4

Get yourself one of these, they come in very handy for a variety of things.

Worried about accidentally yanking the cable and it coming loose? Do this!

u/schwat · 5 pointsr/AskElectronics

I'm not fully understanding what you're going for here but if you can't find a light with a female connection you can always get a gender adapter. Something like this maybe:

u/LoveHam · 4 pointsr/xbox360

USB 2.0 spec limits cable length to 5 meters. But you could buy a few of these and put them together and see if that will work:
Amazon link

You can buy USB powered repeaters to go really long distances though. I've seen them in corporate settings: random link from google

u/Snarfler · 3 pointsr/truegaming

I use this mouse. It is a logitech MX revolution. It is super comfortable with that spot to rest your thumb. And the clicky thing below the mouse wheel lets you select if you want to scroll slowly or quickly.

I also use an Astro A50 headset. This thing is sooo fucking comfortableit's crazy. It was really expensive though, but the wireless can get me a solid 12-15 yards, so I can still listen while I'm in the kitchen.

finally, get one of these and set it up on your table so that if either the mouse or the headset get low on battery you can plug it in and stay seated where you are. But both of those things actually have pretty good battery life. A full nights charge will get you a days worth of gameplay.

u/kriswone · 3 pointsr/RedditDads

Just make sure what ever headset you get is USB, having to deal with adapters can become a major pain in the ass - if they even work at all.

here is what i got Logitech H390

and a 10ft USB extension cord

u/SolIII · 2 pointsr/funny
u/nIkbot · 2 pointsr/howto

Great, I have that mouse coming in the mail today. I love the company and the product, they just have a few things that consistently don't sit well with me.

This type of usb extension is what I meant. With the more slack I can take notice of how twisted its getting before it gets bad enough to get a kink.

u/JaeMostOriginal · 2 pointsr/iphone

I use an extender from Amazon AmazonBasics USB 2.0 A-Male to A-Female Extension Cable (9.8 Feet/3.0 Meters) by AmazonBasics

u/lonelystowner · 1 pointr/PS4

I'd like to recommend these.

it's just a usb extender. I have 4, and I've had them for well over a year. since they're just usb extenders, you can use them for pretty much anything. I use them for my phone, iPad, ds4, and a lot more. they're very good quality.

u/samisbond · 1 pointr/cosplayers

For the tubing? I was just figuring some typical hose/tubing:

a b c d e f

or electrical wiring for thinner frames:

a b c d e f

u/dooshbox · 1 pointr/CarAV

LMAO a cable for my radio that costs 1/3 of the radio's original price. Damn Pioneer, that's not cool.

Just found this which is even more LOLable when you cna get this for $6 and use your existing micro USB cable.

u/planet_x69 · 1 pointr/Nexus10

I used the pogo with usb extender cable and love it. It's connected to the nexus 10 charger and it charges faster AND while screen is on.

Though that would work my extender is only 4'.

u/JPFresh · 1 pointr/AmazonTopRated

I purchased a Mini Cree Flashlight recently and its really bright. I find USB Extension Calbes to be convenient so you can still use your phone while its charging and not be tied down to the spot near the outlet with the standard cable. Chromecast is cool if you dont already have a smart TV or a PC hooked up to your TV.

u/Hapistoric · 1 pointr/netflix

You could always buy a really long HDMI cable and connect your PC to your TV (that's what I do, I have a 15 meters HDMI cable and a USB extension to use my controller when watching TV or playing games)

u/Stankman · 1 pointr/buildapc

USB Hubs will indeed cause some input lag. I wouldn't use them for Mouse/Keyboard as slapdashbr said. Instead, use THESE extenders from Amazon for your mouse/keyboard. As long as the USB extender isn't ridiculously long, you shouldn't need a powered extender.

u/pleione · 1 pointr/amateurradio

Use a USB extension cable, like this, and clip a ferrite choke on each end. Route the USB such that it doesn't cross, or ideally, come anywhere near any power cords or transformers, and place the dongle as far away from the PC as you can.

It'll help a bit, but it's still a $15 piece of hardware, and as such, won't be perfect.

u/tctony · 1 pointr/gadgets
u/Captrotc · 1 pointr/buildapc

Well you have two options. Put your PC close to the TV and get a USB extension cable or put your PC close to you and get a longer hdmi cable.

Or get a wireless keyboard/mouse, that's option 3.

u/IchTuDerWeh · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

>Why? It just seems more practical to tell someone they need a monitor, instead of them buying all the PC parts for a desktop and then not knowing what to do next. The "same price" comparison really only works for a HTPC because a price of a TV cancels out on both sides since both can be used.

They dont know how to use the free hdmi cable to plug it into a tv? Whut....

>Then long cords. My couch is 10ft. away from my TV.

Yeah sure

Here ya go

Splitter too for anything else you need

$8 in addition. Price of a TV doesnt cancel out anything for me, most peasants are perfectly willing to drop (or already have) $500+ for a tv, which if budgeted correctly can mean an even faster pc. For instance if someone has a $1000 budget total for a gaming system and a television, $500 for ps4 (online and a game) and $500 for a 50 inch 1080p tv can easily be turned into a $600 PC and $400 45 inch tv etc. Same cannot be said for a console budget, you cannot spend more and get more with a console

u/tangysmelliot · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

youve probably found pretty much the best thing for that price. most of the stuff at that will be complete crap but at you cant go wrong with logitech.
as for a usb extension this one should do
I joined the master race last year and so far its been great so have fun in your adventures.

u/TheNumberJ · 0 pointsr/MonsterHunter

I just picked up an Amazon Basics USB Keyboard for $11 USD and a USB extension cable for $6

Handy to have a spare keyboard around, and the USB extension cable can be used a lot of places. For less than $20 its not a bad pickup.

I swear im not an rep :P

u/Khalid147 · 0 pointsr/PS4

Maybe i'm wrong but I don't see why no one just buys one of these and attaches it to any usb they buy, I know its not convenient or aesthetic but surely that solves the problem