|Altura do produto||1.26 polegadas|
|Largura do produto||3.62 polegadas|
|Tamanho de tela vertical||1 Polegadas|
|Tecnologia de conexão||Bluetooth|
|Pilhas ou baterias inclusas||Não|
|Número de unidades||1|
|Peso do produto||68 g|
|Dimensões do produto||10.01 x 9.19 x 3.2 cm; 68 g|
|Número do modelo||K67866WWA|
|Descontinuado pelo fabricante||Não|
|Funciona a bateria ou pilha?||Não|
|EAN||0568628293902, 0085896678663, 0858966786632, 5054629478387, 6403148873446, 0044112317526, 0012304762430, 6213759792124, 5054533702967|
Kensington Cabos USB para micro-USB para gabinete de carregamento e sincronização, pacote com 5 (K67866WWA)
|Tipo de conector||Micro USB|
|Tecnologia de conexão||Bluetooth|
Sobre este item
- 200 mm de comprimento
- Projetado para uso com o gabinete de carregamento e sincronização Kensington, tablet universal (K67862AM), vendido separadamente
- Para Galaxy Tab, Kindle e outros tablets Android
- Cabos USB para micro-USB, 5 unidades por pacote
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Descrição do produto
Quando combinado com o gabinete de carregamento e sincronização da Kensington (peça nº 67862AM, vendido separadamente), este pacote de 5 cabos USB para micro-USB permite que você mantenha até 10 Galaxy Tab, Kindle ou outros tablets Android carregados e prontos para outro dia no seu negócio ou na sala de aula. Elas são projetadas para se encaixar perfeitamente com as portas USB integradas do gabinete.
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They are also pretty expensive, currently £19 for five cables, working out at just under £4 per cable. If you were buying a single cable, this might be okay, but for bulk quantities, I'd be wanting to buy at no more than £2 a cable. In addition, does anyone really need a pack of five very short USB cables, particularly when the Type Micro B type connector has now been virtually replaced by the much more flexible Type C connector?
Only you can decide if this is worth the purchase however, there are much better value (branded) options available.
The first thing you notice about the cables when they arrive is the length of the cables – or more specifically – the lack of length. They’re just 20cm long, which really isn’t very long.
However, they really are good quality cables. At either end, the moulded plastic around the USB/micro-USB is tight, strong, sturdy and well-made.
The right-angled USB is spot on. It makes charging / linking up your tablet that much easier, without the cable sticking out and getting in the way. It’s well designed and does the job nicely.
Although not sure about the pricing! I know it’s for five of the cables, but still, seems a tad high to me!
There’s nothing wrong with these cables. At 20cm they’re on the short side, good if you want to keep your desk or bedside tidy but inconvenient under a variety of other circumstances. The build quality feels sturdy but the design is basic. Apart from the L-shaped connection at the USB end (which inexplicably isn’t replicated at the lightning end- why not?!), there’s no extra protection or clever reinforcement that’s been added here to bolster up these cable’s normal weak spots. They’ll be as durable, but no more durable, than pretty much any other reasonable manufacturer’s brand. In black, they’re functional but not pretty.
They work. I tried these with both the lightning-based devices I’ve got and both of them both charged and synced exactly how I would expect them to, with no surprises good or bad.
But here’s a point I just can’t get past. At time of writing, a pack of five of these cables is a few pennies under seventy-three quid. There are other sellers on Amazon selling five-packs of lightning cables for *twelve* quid. Even if you avoid the cheapest sellers out of caution, you can certainly find other sellers who’ll sell you durable, effective- not to mention longer and better-looking- lightning cables for well under half of the cost-per-cable that this Kensington is currently set at. Apart from the well-known brand emblem of Kensington, is there any reason why these cables would be so much more expensive? I really don’t think that there is. Syncing is digital and if the cheaper cables don’t charge properly you can get them replaced.
If they were reasonably priced, these would be 4-star cables- basic, functional, generally quite average. But I have to knock another star off for the current pricing of them, which is bordering on absurd.
The cables are supplied in a very small cardboard box, inside which each is individually plastic wrapped. These are extra-short length cables, only a little over 30cm - presumably designed not to leave lengths of trailing cabling inside the Charge & Sync cabinet. The cables are also distinctive in having their USB connection at a 90 degree angle to the cable. This is useful for hubs that position their USB ports in a vertical array, but creates a bulging section of cable to the side of the plug that intrudes on horizontal port set ups. The cables are nicely made, but seem to charge really slowly. Overnight connection took my iPad Air up to 21% charge. The are probably great for the (narrow) intended use but a bit restrictive and comparatively expensive for other users.
There are a lot of right-angled cables on Amazon and they seem like a good idea, but I hadn't reckoned the obvious (in hindsight) flaw - USB jacks have a right way up, which means the right-angles cables either point one way or the other, and you don't get to choose which. In my particular case, the top three places I use a micro-USB are left-handed and these cables are right-handed.
But, good news, place number 4 is right-handed, and these cables are fine. Fine, as in: they have a snug fit at both ends are charge at the full capacity of the output and input, and are short-enough to keep the spaghetti at bay, and long enough for desk-top, counter-top, phone-sat-on-top-of-power-bank.
So, be aware of the shortcoming, but otherwise good cables.