WH2313

USB3.0 Active Extension Cable, Aluminium Case
5M/10M/15M/20M, USB3.0 Active Extension Cable, Aluminium Case
* USB 3.0 compliant, support super speed up to 5Gbps;
* Built-in signal booster chipset to ensure minimum signal loss;
* Backward compatible with USB 2.0/1.1.
* Work with any USB-enabled accessories, like hard drives, flash drives, xBox 360, PS3, PS4, keyboard, mouse, printer, card reader, camera ect.
* Compatible with Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Chrome OS etc.
* Plug & Play, no driver installation required;
* When plugged into a power-hungry device, it only need a normal mirco usb cable to offer extra power supply;
* Please kindly note: this product can NOT be used to charge devices.
Feature
5M/10M/15M/20M, USB3.0 Active Extension Cable, Aluminium Case
* USB 3.0 compliant, support super speed up to 5Gbps;
* Built-in signal booster chipset to ensure minimum signal loss;
* Backward compatible with USB 2.0/1.1.
* Work with any USB-enabled accessories, like hard drives, flash drives, xBox 360, PS3, PS4, keyboard, mouse, printer, card reader, camera ect.
* Compatible with Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Chrome OS etc.
* Plug & Play, no driver installation required;
* When plugged into a power-hungry device, it only need a normal mirco usb cable to offer extra power supply;
* Please kindly note: this product can NOT be used to charge devices.
FAQ
What can a hub charge?
Hubs can be used to charge any smaller devices. For instance, you can use a hub to charge phones, tablets, cameras, GPS devices.
What is USB-C?
The next generation of USB tech - small reversible connector designed to support a new wave of faster, more efficient power delivery, 10x faster data transfer and sync speeds than USB 2.0.
What is USB Power Delivery?
USB Power Delivery (PD) is a universal charging standard that enables compatible devices to charge at much higher power than normal. The technology supports bi-directional charging and data transfer from both host and peripheral. Fast charge your Pixel 3 or iPhone, and then use the same charger to power your MacBook. Get more detailed information from this blog post.