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USB 2.0 Cable

A USB 2.0 cable is a USB cable used for data transfer and power supply between devices. USB 2.0 cables utilize the USB 2.0 standard, which supports a max transfer speed of 480Mbps. These cables are compatible with the majority of modern-day USB devices, making them useful and versatile connection options.



More About USB 2.0 Cable

Anker has the best collection of USB 2.0 data cables to meet a wide variety of connection needs. Our USB 2 cables can readily attain the maximum data transfer speed of 480Mbps dictated by the USB 2.0 standard, enabling fast and effective data exchange between electronic devices like smartphones, laptops, desktops, tablets, and so on.

Moreover, with support for fast charging of up to 15W, our USB 2.0 cables power up your devices at superior speed when used together with a charger. But we have not touched the most prominent feature yet. Thanks to the double-braided nylon exterior, toughened aramid fiber core and laser-welded connectors, Anker’s USB 2.0 cables take durability to completely new levels, ensuring smooth operation even for heavy-duty daily usage.

In short, our USB 2.0 cables have unbeatable performance and can last as long as you want. Check out our superior USB 2.0 cables and embrace seamless connection today! For more charging options fit for iPhone users, also take a look at our MagSafe battery packs for the best solution.

USB 2.0 Cable FAQs

What is a USB 2.0 cable?

A USB 2.0 cable is a type of cable that is used to connect devices to enable data transfer or charging. It features two USB connectors (could be USB-A, USB-B, or USB-C) on both ends. It uses the USB 2.0 standard, which supports a maximum data transfer speed of 480Mbps.

Is USB 2.0 still good?

The answer is yes. Although newer USB standards like USB 3.0 and USB 3.1 have already emerged and have been gaining traction, USB 2.0 cables remain a reliable and functional option for various everyday tasks, including data transfer between different devices as well as fast charging. For example, Anker’s PowerLine+ 6ft USB-C to USB 2.0 Cable supports fast charging of up to 15W and data transfer at up to 480Mbps for a variety of devices like Samsung Galaxy S8, MacBook 2016, Google Chromebook, and so on.

Can I use USB 2.0 cable on a 3.0 port?

Yes. You’ll encounter no problem doing so since USB 3.0 port is backward compatible, which means it is designed to work well with older versions of USB. However, such a combination will only work at USB 2.0 speeds whose upper bound of data transfer rate is 480 Mbps.

What to consider when choosing a USB 2.0 cable?

When choosing a USB 2.0 cable, consider the following factors:

Connector Type: Check if the cable has the appropriate connectors for your devices.

Data Transfer Speed: USB 2.0 offers a maximum data transfer rate of 480 Mbps. Check if the cable can achieve this speed.

Compatibility: Ensure the cable is compatible with your devices. You can generally find compatibility information from the cable’s specifications.

Durability: How many bends can the cable withstand? Look for cables with features intended to enhance durability like braided nylon covering.

Cable Length: Lastly, ensure the cable is long enough to reach the devices you want to connect without being excessively long, as longer cables can result in data signal degradation.

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