With most households today having at least two or more electronic devices in their homes, there is a distinct need to transfer information from of the devices to another, perhaps from a PC to a lap top or smart phone. Although this is a task that may be carried out by one member of the family or other, several times a day, sometimes the cables that need to connect the device to the PC are short and so an inconvenience to use, perhaps getting in someone else’s way as they are using the PC for something else. What is also sometimes a problem, especially if combined with the previous problem, is that the cable only permits information to be transferred at a slow pace.
These problems are perhaps more prevalent if any of the devices are able to be charged by the PC, which can mean that they take time to recharge and are in the way all of the time they are. If this is sometimes a situation that is experienced in your house, perhaps it is time you considered buying a new cable. Just because a certain cable came with the device when you bought it, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you can’t buy a new one to use with it. Although the cables provided with a device are obviously suitable for using with your device and also compatible for use with PCs, they are all too often too short for convenient use, causing minor problems when you want to recharge it or transfer information to it.
All PCs, since 1994, when the main manufacturers of PCs came together to determine a suitable port to be used on PCs; one that was suitable for each of the manufacturers and also suitable to be used universally, have been manufactured with USB ports inbuilt to them. These seven manufacturers; IBM, Intel, Microsoft, NEC, DEC, Compaq and Nortel, all agreed that a USB (Universal Serial Bus) would be the best possible port as it was versatile as well as capable of transferring charge and information at fast speeds. Today then, all PCs come with a standard size USB and combined with other devices supplied with USB ports, over 2 billion were manufactured in 2008 alone. That figure of course, is far bigger today as since 2008, there has been a great increase in devices which are suitable for information transfers, such as cell phones, smart phones, tablets and note books.
If you are experiencing problems with any of your current connections, it is possible to find the best micro usb cable options online. These options will give you choices of cables which can transfer information at very fast speeds and also cables in an assortment of lengths. This means that armed with the details of the size USB connection is on your device, you can quickly find a cable that will not only complete any tasks quicker than they have been being completed but also, allow you space you space to complete them more conveniently.