MyMemory 60cm High-Speed USB2.0 Extension Cable - 21p delivered - HotUKDeals
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#1
hot, 8)
banned#2
excellent
#3
Good price... but 60cm?
banned#4
sits69
Good price... but 60cm?

fine for most uses when you want front access to rear pc usb ports
#5
not bad - head added
#6
says 61p now
banned#7
al355
says 61p now

probably realised they are losing money after visa fees and P&P!
#8
bit too short for my liking.
#9
Hmm - ok I guess...

I upgraded my USB cables, and I get much higher colour quality for instance with my pictures I transfer from my digital camera.

Not sure I trust these cheaper cables...
I think you need to spend at least £20 for a decent set of cables.

It's something to do with the interstitial polarity.
4 Likes #10
k9mkii
Hmm - ok I guess...

I upgraded my USB cables, and I get much higher colour quality for instance with my pictures I transfer from my digital camera.

Not sure I trust these cheaper cables...
I think you need to spend at least £20 for a decent set of cables.

It's something to do with the interstitial polarity.

I noticed adverts in all the pictures I uploaded using a cheap cable once. I guess that's how they make money out of these.
I only use monster cables now with special gold in them
banned 5 Likes #11
k9mkii
Hmm - ok I guess...

I upgraded my USB cables, and I get much higher colour quality for instance with my pictures I transfer from my digital camera.

Not sure I trust these cheaper cables...
I think you need to spend at least £20 for a decent set of cables.

It's something to do with the interstitial polarity.

PC world's dream customer!
#12
How the hell can the USB cable effect the colour of the photos you're transferring off the camera. Either the file arrives at your computer or it doesn't, it's not like a video cable.

Edited By: rqmusicfan on Jan 20, 2011 12:28
1 Like #13
csiman
k9mkii
Hmm - ok I guess... I upgraded my USB cables, and I get much higher colour quality for instance with my pictures I transfer from my digital camera.Not sure I trust these cheaper cables...I think you need to spend at least £20 for a decent set of cables.It's something to do with the interstitial polarity.
PC world's dream customer!

....And would Sir like the 5 year warranty with that....
#14
And while we're on the subject of USB cables, when are folks going to learn that printers generally don't come with a cable in the box. Every second printer review or comment you read - especially on Amazon - moans about there being no cable in the box. Get over it! Move on!

If there was a cable in the box, large national retailers wouldn't be able to sell you them at the check-out - must be some of the biggest mark-ups in the UK - 50p USB cable for £14.99!

Rant over - and yes, a 60CM extension is ideal for bringing round to the front of a PC.
1 Like #15
rqmusicfan
How the hell can the USB cable effect the colour of the photos you're transferring off the camera. Even the file arrives at your computer or it doesn't, it's not like a video cable.


not everyone understands the science behind
k9mkii
interstitial polarity
#16
Yeah the interstitial polarity tends to be reversed in these cheaper USB cables. You end up having to reverse the polarity to get the best out of it.


Edited By: TheFlashGuy on Jan 20, 2011 12:33
#17
mills85

not everyone understands the science behind
k9mkii
interstitial polarity


Affirmative
1 Like #18
kennethsross
And while we're on the subject of USB cables, when are folks going to learn that printers generally don't come with a cable in the box. Every second printer review or comment you read - especially on Amazon - moans about there being no cable in the box. Get over it! Move on!

If there was a cable in the box, large national retailers wouldn't be able to sell you them at the check-out - must be some of the biggest mark-ups in the UK - 50p USB cable for £14.99!

Rant over - and yes, a 60CM extension is ideal for bringing round to the front of a PC.


Analysis - prints will arrive at printer with substantially reduced quality using these cables
OK for dot matrix and low quality prints, but you need quality cabling if you're trying to print pictures over 2 gigaworms.
#19
Oh nice, twice as hot as mine which included this and many other offers I painstakingly looked through.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/big-sale-mymemory-from-21p-best-deals-here/856984

Good to see heat going to the right deals. :p

Edited By: silkhuk on Jan 20, 2011 13:00
#20
Printers that still use USB are for girls, I have a HDMI 1.4 printer that prints 60 images per second up to 50" in size, though for films I slow it down to 24 per second. It also connects to my PS3 and Sky HD boxes, it's awesome.
#21
I upgraded my USB cables, and I get much higher colour quality for instance with my pictures I transfer from my digital camera.

I upgraded my 5m long USB cable after experiencing problems communicating with my printer. So, jokes aside, quality *can* make a difference
#22
k9mkii
kennethsross
And while we're on the subject of USB cables, when are folks going to learn that printers generally don't come with a cable in the box. Every second printer review or comment you read - especially on Amazon - moans about there being no cable in the box. Get over it! Move on!If there was a cable in the box, large national retailers wouldn't be able to sell you them at the check-out - must be some of the biggest mark-ups in the UK - 50p USB cable for £14.99!Rant over - and yes, a 60CM extension is ideal for bringing round to the front of a PC.
Analysis - prints will arrive at printer with substantially reduced quality using these cablesOK for dot matrix and low quality prints, but you need quality cabling if you're trying to print pictures over 2 gigaworms.


....Of course the expensive cabling does contain embedded codecs and electronics that makes all the difference..People don't understand these things. The cheap and expensive cable is not the same. The higher price is always fully justified.....
#23
kennethsross
And while we're on the subject of USB cables, when are folks going to learn that printers generally don't come with a cable in the box. Every second printer review or comment you read - especially on Amazon - moans about there being no cable in the box. Get over it! Move on!

If there was a cable in the box, large national retailers wouldn't be able to sell you them at the check-out - must be some of the biggest mark-ups in the UK - 50p USB cable for £14.99!.


For the price these national retailers sell USB cables for, you should get a free printer with the cable.
#24
publicnme
Printers that still use USB are for girls, I have a HDMI 1.4 printer that prints 60 images per second up to 50" in size, though for films I slow it down to 24 per second. It also connects to my PS3 and Sky HD boxes, it's awesome.

See this is what happens when you use a cheap HDMI cable. You fail to fully utilise all the functions of your printer. Buy a very, very ,very expensive HDMI cable and your 2D pictures will be transferred to your computer in 3D. Simples.
banned#25
rqmusicfan
How the hell can the USB cable effect the colour of the photos you're transferring off the camera. Either the file arrives at your computer or it doesn't, it's not like a video cable.

correct! ignore the others as they are on a wind up and think they're funny (at least I hope they're joking -interstital polarity my @rse X) )
#26
what is everyone on about?

It's cable and it should work.

END OF...
banned#27
Kazaam
what is everyone on about?

It's cable and it should work.

END OF...

Whoooooosh!!!!
#28
csiman
k9mkii
Hmm - ok I guess...

I upgraded my USB cables, and I get much higher colour quality for instance with my pictures I transfer from my digital camera.

Not sure I trust these cheaper cables...
I think you need to spend at least £20 for a decent set of cables.

It's something to do with the interstitial polarity.
PC world's dream customer!
Spot on !
Nothing funnier than somone pontificating stupidity.

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