There have been many ways to get your printer hooked up to your computer over the years. For example, parallel port (LPT) was used back in the late 1990s. It was a large, bulky adapter end that could easily just stop working properly if any of its many pins got bent or broken. It was inconvenient and annoying.
Well, nowadays it’s far less stressing to attach your printer to your computer. Modern day printers typically use a USB printer cable. USB printer cables have two different ends on them - one square that goes into your printer and the other flat to go into your computer. Our USB printer cables here at FireFold are top notch! We provide them in a variety of colors and lengths to ensure that we can meet your needs.
Our printer cords are rated for USB 2.0 which allows for hi-speed transfers of up to 480 Mbps. This is 40 times faster than the previous standard, USB 1.1. These cables are still backwards compatible and can even be used in most USB 3.0 ports. So, you should be able to find somewhere on your computer to tether you printer up with little effort on your part.
Each USB a to USB b cable is a thick 28 AWG, ensuring plenty of durability. This specific cable is fifteen feet in length and colored ivory. The printer cords are each individually packed for extra protection when shipped or picked up from our offices here in Concord, North Carolina.
You really cannot go wrong with getting your hands on one of these cables. Be it for your home, office, dormitory, or small business - you are sure to be able to get one that will work for you. With FireFold’s lifetime warranty, you can rest assured that we will help you get the cable swapped out if it ever has manufacturer issues.