• StarTech.com 5 ft Black Desktop SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Extension Cable - A to A M/F - USB 3.0 Extension Cable A Male to A Female - 5 feet (USB3SEXT5DKB)
  • StarTech.com 5 ft Black Desktop SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Extension Cable - A to A M/F - USB 3.0 Extension Cable A Male to A Female - 5 feet (USB3SEXT5DKB)
  • StarTech.com 5 ft Black Desktop SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Extension Cable - A to A M/F - USB 3.0 Extension Cable A Male to A Female - 5 feet (USB3SEXT5DKB)
  • StarTech.com 5 ft Black Desktop SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Extension Cable - A to A M/F - USB 3.0 Extension Cable A Male to A Female - 5 feet (USB3SEXT5DKB)
StarTech.com 5 ft Black Desktop SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Extension Cable - A to A M/F - USB 3.0 Extension Cable A Male to A Female - 5 feet (USB3SEXT5DKB)
StarTech.com 5 ft Black Desktop SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Extension Cable - A to A M/F - USB 3.0 Extension Cable A Male to A Female - 5 feet (USB3SEXT5DKB)
StarTech.com 5 ft Black Desktop SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Extension Cable - A to A M/F - USB 3.0 Extension Cable A Male to A Female - 5 feet (USB3SEXT5DKB)
StarTech.com 5 ft Black Desktop SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Extension Cable - A to A M/F - USB 3.0 Extension Cable A Male to A Female - 5 feet (USB3SEXT5DKB)

StarTech.com 5 ft Black Desktop SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Extension Cable - A to A M/F - USB 3.0 Extension Cable A Male to A Female - 5 feet (USB3SEXT5DKB)

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  • Designed and constructed to SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Specifications
  • High quality Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) construction
  • Data transfer rates up to 5Gbps
  • Backward compatible with USB 2.0
  • Position your USB 3.0 devices as needed on your desktop
  • Guaranteed reliability
  • Designed and constructed to SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Specifications
  • High quality Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) construction
  • Data transfer rates up to 5Gbps
  • Backward compatible with USB 2.0

Customer Reviews

A good extension cable, but not very hefty.I used this to move a Bluetooth dongle that was stuck around back of my PC to the top, where the antenna is not surrounded by obstructions. It works for that purpose, and the cable seems to be of good build quality. The little rounded base where the USB outlet sits is nice, but needs to be a bit thicker and heavier so it doesn't get jostled around easily. But other than that, it's just fine.4Works as advertised. Not Understanding the Negative Reviews!There isn't much to this product. It's just a heavily shielded cable that goes to a standard USB 3.0 printed circuit board with a 90-degree vertical USB 3.0 port in a plastic cradle. It just extends the USB bus for the port 5-feet, that's it.It works great with my USB WIFI adapter - which is what I bought it for.I have had similar products fail because they failed to use shielded cable. This isn't the case here.I recommend this product and I could care less if the silkscreened logo scraps off - big whoop, who cares? The logo has absolutely NOTHING to do with product performance.5stable on deskThe obvious question is, "does it work?" Yes. It's a correctly functioning USB extension port. As others have noticed, the port has a good grip, too, which I like.But what I was worried about was whether it'd be heavy enough to stay on the desk, even being moved around. Some of these things are pretty light and the cable will drag them back off. This one has enough heft that it's nice and stable. I made a miniature desk lamp out of it using this (Goal Zero 14101 Luna USB LED Stick Light) LED stick - see photos - and it looks intentional and everything. :D5Insidiously defective, causing high-current devices to fail acknowledged by StarTechI've owned this USB3 extension for about two years (purchased in late 2013). It's worked fine with USB flash drives and a USB SD and CF card reader. I've also used it with a (powered) USB dock for hard drives and SSDs (an Icy Dock), for my backups. That use has been somewhat flaky the dock would sometimes work fine, but sometimes require multiple power-ups to work. I attributed that to a problem with the dock, but that may have been mistaken.This past week I purchased two different external enclosures for 2.5" SSDs and HDDs (one by Seagate, and one by OWC). Both enclosures appeared to be defective when used with this extension; the hard drive I tested them with wouldn't fully spin up, and the SSD would not mount (and in fact had its directory damaged in the attempt with one of the enclosures). However, plugging the enclosures directly into the USB port, instead of using this extension, had both of them operating fine.My conjecture is that there is some small but non-negligible resistance in the power and/or ground line of this extension, which causes a voltage drop when current is drawn. For high-current devices, like hard drives or large SSDs in enclosures that may themselves draw significant current, the voltage drop can be significant enough to cause device malfunction. For low-current devices, the drop is too small to impact device operation. But I haven't done any measurements to verify this conjecture.The bottom line is that my StarTech is defective in a way that exhibits itself only with some devices, which is a particularly nasty kind of defect. I'm retiring it. This could just be an occasional problem affecting some units, but I'm not doing the experiment of buying others to check.UPDATE: The StarTech connectors have what looks like gold-plated contacts, which should be largely immune to corrosion. But just in case, I cleaned them with DeOxIT cleaners, and did multiple insertions, but to no avail; my external drives still failed. By the way, I noticed a bit of dust in the desktop end of the extension (and cleaned it out); it's probably worth noting that the vertical orientation means dust could be a problem.Noting that the cable has a lifetime warranty, I contacted StarTech, describing the problem and asking what my remedy was. The response from a StarTech Technical Advisor was:"I have done some research on this issue and have found that when it comes to external HDD s, it is inadvisable to use an extension cable due power limitations. With the extension cable there is an immediate drop in power which also gets lower with the length of the cable as well."This reflects poor cable design. The StarTech web site indicates this extension uses 28 AWG wire. Over a 5-foot length, drawing the USB 3.0 max current of 0.9 A, there will be a 0.3 V drop. The USB spec says the voltage drop must not exceed 0.25 V. So this cable does not meet the specification; it needs to use slightly thicker conductors.They offered me no remedy; instead of offering a refund or a better cable, they suggested that I buy a powered StarTech hub. Note that the manufacturer's description on Amazon and on their web site says the cable is for use with "USB thumb drives or other external USB storage." There is no qualification as to what USB 3.0 compatible devices are nevertheless not compatible with this cable.For misleading advertising and not honoring their own warranty, I've reduced my rating to 1 star.13.0 port is NOT overly tight. StarTech labeling rubs off with acetone.I purchased the 3.0 flavor. The port is NOT tight. Just in case it WAS tight I also bought a 90-Degree Right Angle Adapter Plug, USB 3.0, by QIBOX that I could leave permanently plugged into the StarTech unit. The right angle plug is oriented such that its female opening faces straight-forward from the StarTech unit, allowing easy access to my flash drive and making the orientation of the female-side of USB plugging easy-to-see. But, again, the StarTech's plug is not tight, so I tossed the right-angle plug in my desk drawer in case I every do decide I want to use it for that purpose.Some reviewers complained about the ugly StarTech.com white branding/stamping on the left-hand side. It came off easily with just a wee bit of rubbing with a 'magic eraser' dabbed with acetone (nail polish remover).Some reviewers complained that it tips over on its side from the weight of the wire. So did mine. I just twisted the wire a bit in the opposite direction to straighten out the kinks that were causing that ... and now the weight of the base is causing it to sit perfectly flat.Some reviewers complained that there was nothing on the base of the unit to protect furniture or to keep it from sliding around. Mine was only just a bit slippery. Nevertheless, I stuck 11 of those teeny-weeny adhesive felt circles on there, the ones they sell at hardware stores and drugstores to put on the bottom of things to protect furniture. Now it slides easily but also stays exactly where I put it. Perfect-o.Oh by the way, this StarTech unit actually works like a charm plugged into a spare port on the back of my desktop computer. No more opening the doors of the cabinet that houses my computer just to access it with my flash drive ... or to use it as a charging port for some of my other devices.I spent a couple of hours looking at all the different types of these USB extensions Amazon had to offer and I decided this StarTech unit was the best. So far, I still think so.5Works great with USB fingerprint readerRecently purchased a USB fingerprint key reader for a closed & docked laptop, and I didn't want to have to contort my arm/wrist to log in so I picked up this desktop USB extension cable and it's worked out great. Heavy enough that it doesn't get pushed around my desk, but small enough to stay out of the way. I wish they offered a model with a shorter cord (since mine is sitting 1 foot from my laptop) but I guess it's better to have a little extra length than not enough. Happy with my purchase.I used to use StarTech components back in my PC building days and I recognized the name, and so far it hasn't let me down.5Perfect!!I really, really like this extension cable. It enables me to easily access the USB ports on back of my tower without reaching around to plug in a device. I just order another one. The cable is not like many of the cheap, flimsy cables out there. This is a thick, well made cable with a weighted vertical socket at the female end allowing easy insertion of flash drives or whatever device you may need. This is even more convenient than the front panel USB ports as it sits on the desk within easy reach. It is also very useful when connecting a USB device with a short cord so it doesn't hang from the port. A further advantage is, if you want to connect a device that requires direct, not hub, access, this gives you that direct access to a rear panel port. Hope this helps someone make a decision.5Working great so far!I used this to allow access to use a USB drive on a computer that s located in a cabinet under a desk that also has a table in front of the cabinet opening. This served the purpose perfectly! The plug is very tight though, takes a little effort to remove the USB drive. I m not considering this a problem, just stating my observation. It could possibly loosen up after more use. Could actually be a plus for some people depending on what it s used for.5StarTech's multipurpose dock-style USB 2.0 port does the jobThis StarTech 5ft Desktop USB Extension Cable is one of those practical and convenient devices worth having on a desktop when one wants simple and fast access to USB flash drives, USB Wi-Fi adapters and such, especially with a crowded desk. It has a 90 vertical port base connected directly to a sturdy 5-foot cable, and once plugged into a computer, allows for convenient placement on the desktop, and eliminates fumbling around when one needs fast access to a USB 2.0 port on the computer.Likes:* Convenience; place your USB 2.0 port where you like it on your desktop* Solid construction; hard rubberized base with a good quality 60" cable* Slightly weighted base; good, stable platform on the desktop* No nonsense product; works easily with PCs or Macs* USB 2.0 extension cord in an easy to use packageDislikes:- Could benefit from nonslip material on the bottom, but that's very subjectiveThis StarTech USB 2.0 extension dock is a good product with a lot of versatility for the user, and offers quite a bit of accessibility on the desktop or working surface when plugged into a computer. Its 60" cable eliminates crawling around under a desk in the dark while trying to locate a USB port on a computer, but if that's not long enough, you might add another USB extension in between, such as this AmazonBasics USB 2.0 A-Male to A-Female Extension Cable (3.3 Feet/1.0 Meter) to extend its reach.I found the female USB plug on the base to be a bit tight. Before using this unit, it helps to insert the male plug from the cord end and move it in and out a few times prior to using it with a USB flash drive, as some of those have fragile plugs.It's a good product, and for my personal needs, it's not just a good moveable port for USB flash drives. It provides an excellent base for my Goal Zero 14101 Luna USB LED Stick Light as an accessory work light on the desktop. Unlike other similar products, this one is weighted just enough to keep the light from getting too tipsy when plugged into the dock-style port, though sometimes a simple adjustment on the flexible neck of the light cures that problem. Having the 90 vertical port helps quite a bit.The StarTech 5ft Desktop USB Extension Cable works well as an extension dock in a variety of configurations, and not just as a desktop port for USB flash drives. For the price, it's an excellent deal. For what it offers in versatility and convenience, it's a solid 5-star product, and highly recommended.10/10/20125Works Perfectly on Dell OptiPlex 9020Bought this to have table top USB port for ease of connection. Went with USB 3.0 version for any future use. Front of desktop (Dell Optiplex 9020, Win7Prox64) is right next to leg and was afraid I would hit SanDisk Cruzer thumb drive and snap it off.First, the quality of construction appears very nice, its not that large and is unobtrusive on the desk.It is weighted and sits flat on the desk.The SanDisk Cruzer and WD Passport cable fits very easily and has a little play, no problems at all with a tight fit (mentioned by others).The cable is thicker, but is USB 3.0 labeled and remember USB 3.0 uses more wires inside and you need/want high quality shielding. Even with the thicker cable it is still adequately flexible. Cheaper cable will not give you the higher speed.The cable is 5 ft and was a good length for desktop/desk application.All connectors are colored blue indicating USB 3.0 compatibility.No software/drivers needed.It is connected to a USB 3.0 slot on the back of my Dell OptiPlex 9020.Tested with SanDisk Cruzer USB 2.0 thumbdrive and data transfer rate was the same as directly plugging Cruzer to front of Dell.Tested with Western Digital Passport USB 3.0 and once again data transfer rate was the same as directly plugging to USB 3.0 on front of Dell.This implies that even with 5 feet of cable, the quality of the signal is not degraded and that transfers are occurring error free.5
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Description
  • Designed and constructed to SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Specifications
  • High quality Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) construction
  • Data transfer rates up to 5Gbps
  • Backward compatible with USB 2.0
  • Position your USB 3.0 devices as needed on your desktop
  • Guaranteed reliability
  • Designed and constructed to SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Specifications
  • High quality Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) construction
  • Data transfer rates up to 5Gbps
  • Backward compatible with USB 2.0
Reviews

Customer Reviews

A good extension cable, but not very hefty.I used this to move a Bluetooth dongle that was stuck around back of my PC to the top, where the antenna is not surrounded by obstructions. It works for that purpose, and the cable seems to be of good build quality. The little rounded base where the USB outlet sits is nice, but needs to be a bit thicker and heavier so it doesn't get jostled around easily. But other than that, it's just fine.4Works as advertised. Not Understanding the Negative Reviews!There isn't much to this product. It's just a heavily shielded cable that goes to a standard USB 3.0 printed circuit board with a 90-degree vertical USB 3.0 port in a plastic cradle. It just extends the USB bus for the port 5-feet, that's it.It works great with my USB WIFI adapter - which is what I bought it for.I have had similar products fail because they failed to use shielded cable. This isn't the case here.I recommend this product and I could care less if the silkscreened logo scraps off - big whoop, who cares? The logo has absolutely NOTHING to do with product performance.5stable on deskThe obvious question is, "does it work?" Yes. It's a correctly functioning USB extension port. As others have noticed, the port has a good grip, too, which I like.But what I was worried about was whether it'd be heavy enough to stay on the desk, even being moved around. Some of these things are pretty light and the cable will drag them back off. This one has enough heft that it's nice and stable. I made a miniature desk lamp out of it using this (Goal Zero 14101 Luna USB LED Stick Light) LED stick - see photos - and it looks intentional and everything. :D5Insidiously defective, causing high-current devices to fail acknowledged by StarTechI've owned this USB3 extension for about two years (purchased in late 2013). It's worked fine with USB flash drives and a USB SD and CF card reader. I've also used it with a (powered) USB dock for hard drives and SSDs (an Icy Dock), for my backups. That use has been somewhat flaky the dock would sometimes work fine, but sometimes require multiple power-ups to work. I attributed that to a problem with the dock, but that may have been mistaken.This past week I purchased two different external enclosures for 2.5" SSDs and HDDs (one by Seagate, and one by OWC). Both enclosures appeared to be defective when used with this extension; the hard drive I tested them with wouldn't fully spin up, and the SSD would not mount (and in fact had its directory damaged in the attempt with one of the enclosures). However, plugging the enclosures directly into the USB port, instead of using this extension, had both of them operating fine.My conjecture is that there is some small but non-negligible resistance in the power and/or ground line of this extension, which causes a voltage drop when current is drawn. For high-current devices, like hard drives or large SSDs in enclosures that may themselves draw significant current, the voltage drop can be significant enough to cause device malfunction. For low-current devices, the drop is too small to impact device operation. But I haven't done any measurements to verify this conjecture.The bottom line is that my StarTech is defective in a way that exhibits itself only with some devices, which is a particularly nasty kind of defect. I'm retiring it. This could just be an occasional problem affecting some units, but I'm not doing the experiment of buying others to check.UPDATE: The StarTech connectors have what looks like gold-plated contacts, which should be largely immune to corrosion. But just in case, I cleaned them with DeOxIT cleaners, and did multiple insertions, but to no avail; my external drives still failed. By the way, I noticed a bit of dust in the desktop end of the extension (and cleaned it out); it's probably worth noting that the vertical orientation means dust could be a problem.Noting that the cable has a lifetime warranty, I contacted StarTech, describing the problem and asking what my remedy was. The response from a StarTech Technical Advisor was:"I have done some research on this issue and have found that when it comes to external HDD s, it is inadvisable to use an extension cable due power limitations. With the extension cable there is an immediate drop in power which also gets lower with the length of the cable as well."This reflects poor cable design. The StarTech web site indicates this extension uses 28 AWG wire. Over a 5-foot length, drawing the USB 3.0 max current of 0.9 A, there will be a 0.3 V drop. The USB spec says the voltage drop must not exceed 0.25 V. So this cable does not meet the specification; it needs to use slightly thicker conductors.They offered me no remedy; instead of offering a refund or a better cable, they suggested that I buy a powered StarTech hub. Note that the manufacturer's description on Amazon and on their web site says the cable is for use with "USB thumb drives or other external USB storage." There is no qualification as to what USB 3.0 compatible devices are nevertheless not compatible with this cable.For misleading advertising and not honoring their own warranty, I've reduced my rating to 1 star.13.0 port is NOT overly tight. StarTech labeling rubs off with acetone.I purchased the 3.0 flavor. The port is NOT tight. Just in case it WAS tight I also bought a 90-Degree Right Angle Adapter Plug, USB 3.0, by QIBOX that I could leave permanently plugged into the StarTech unit. The right angle plug is oriented such that its female opening faces straight-forward from the StarTech unit, allowing easy access to my flash drive and making the orientation of the female-side of USB plugging easy-to-see. But, again, the StarTech's plug is not tight, so I tossed the right-angle plug in my desk drawer in case I every do decide I want to use it for that purpose.Some reviewers complained about the ugly StarTech.com white branding/stamping on the left-hand side. It came off easily with just a wee bit of rubbing with a 'magic eraser' dabbed with acetone (nail polish remover).Some reviewers complained that it tips over on its side from the weight of the wire. So did mine. I just twisted the wire a bit in the opposite direction to straighten out the kinks that were causing that ... and now the weight of the base is causing it to sit perfectly flat.Some reviewers complained that there was nothing on the base of the unit to protect furniture or to keep it from sliding around. Mine was only just a bit slippery. Nevertheless, I stuck 11 of those teeny-weeny adhesive felt circles on there, the ones they sell at hardware stores and drugstores to put on the bottom of things to protect furniture. Now it slides easily but also stays exactly where I put it. Perfect-o.Oh by the way, this StarTech unit actually works like a charm plugged into a spare port on the back of my desktop computer. No more opening the doors of the cabinet that houses my computer just to access it with my flash drive ... or to use it as a charging port for some of my other devices.I spent a couple of hours looking at all the different types of these USB extensions Amazon had to offer and I decided this StarTech unit was the best. So far, I still think so.5Works great with USB fingerprint readerRecently purchased a USB fingerprint key reader for a closed & docked laptop, and I didn't want to have to contort my arm/wrist to log in so I picked up this desktop USB extension cable and it's worked out great. Heavy enough that it doesn't get pushed around my desk, but small enough to stay out of the way. I wish they offered a model with a shorter cord (since mine is sitting 1 foot from my laptop) but I guess it's better to have a little extra length than not enough. Happy with my purchase.I used to use StarTech components back in my PC building days and I recognized the name, and so far it hasn't let me down.5Perfect!!I really, really like this extension cable. It enables me to easily access the USB ports on back of my tower without reaching around to plug in a device. I just order another one. The cable is not like many of the cheap, flimsy cables out there. This is a thick, well made cable with a weighted vertical socket at the female end allowing easy insertion of flash drives or whatever device you may need. This is even more convenient than the front panel USB ports as it sits on the desk within easy reach. It is also very useful when connecting a USB device with a short cord so it doesn't hang from the port. A further advantage is, if you want to connect a device that requires direct, not hub, access, this gives you that direct access to a rear panel port. Hope this helps someone make a decision.5Working great so far!I used this to allow access to use a USB drive on a computer that s located in a cabinet under a desk that also has a table in front of the cabinet opening. This served the purpose perfectly! The plug is very tight though, takes a little effort to remove the USB drive. I m not considering this a problem, just stating my observation. It could possibly loosen up after more use. Could actually be a plus for some people depending on what it s used for.5StarTech's multipurpose dock-style USB 2.0 port does the jobThis StarTech 5ft Desktop USB Extension Cable is one of those practical and convenient devices worth having on a desktop when one wants simple and fast access to USB flash drives, USB Wi-Fi adapters and such, especially with a crowded desk. It has a 90 vertical port base connected directly to a sturdy 5-foot cable, and once plugged into a computer, allows for convenient placement on the desktop, and eliminates fumbling around when one needs fast access to a USB 2.0 port on the computer.Likes:* Convenience; place your USB 2.0 port where you like it on your desktop* Solid construction; hard rubberized base with a good quality 60" cable* Slightly weighted base; good, stable platform on the desktop* No nonsense product; works easily with PCs or Macs* USB 2.0 extension cord in an easy to use packageDislikes:- Could benefit from nonslip material on the bottom, but that's very subjectiveThis StarTech USB 2.0 extension dock is a good product with a lot of versatility for the user, and offers quite a bit of accessibility on the desktop or working surface when plugged into a computer. Its 60" cable eliminates crawling around under a desk in the dark while trying to locate a USB port on a computer, but if that's not long enough, you might add another USB extension in between, such as this AmazonBasics USB 2.0 A-Male to A-Female Extension Cable (3.3 Feet/1.0 Meter) to extend its reach.I found the female USB plug on the base to be a bit tight. Before using this unit, it helps to insert the male plug from the cord end and move it in and out a few times prior to using it with a USB flash drive, as some of those have fragile plugs.It's a good product, and for my personal needs, it's not just a good moveable port for USB flash drives. It provides an excellent base for my Goal Zero 14101 Luna USB LED Stick Light as an accessory work light on the desktop. Unlike other similar products, this one is weighted just enough to keep the light from getting too tipsy when plugged into the dock-style port, though sometimes a simple adjustment on the flexible neck of the light cures that problem. Having the 90 vertical port helps quite a bit.The StarTech 5ft Desktop USB Extension Cable works well as an extension dock in a variety of configurations, and not just as a desktop port for USB flash drives. For the price, it's an excellent deal. For what it offers in versatility and convenience, it's a solid 5-star product, and highly recommended.10/10/20125Works Perfectly on Dell OptiPlex 9020Bought this to have table top USB port for ease of connection. Went with USB 3.0 version for any future use. Front of desktop (Dell Optiplex 9020, Win7Prox64) is right next to leg and was afraid I would hit SanDisk Cruzer thumb drive and snap it off.First, the quality of construction appears very nice, its not that large and is unobtrusive on the desk.It is weighted and sits flat on the desk.The SanDisk Cruzer and WD Passport cable fits very easily and has a little play, no problems at all with a tight fit (mentioned by others).The cable is thicker, but is USB 3.0 labeled and remember USB 3.0 uses more wires inside and you need/want high quality shielding. Even with the thicker cable it is still adequately flexible. Cheaper cable will not give you the higher speed.The cable is 5 ft and was a good length for desktop/desk application.All connectors are colored blue indicating USB 3.0 compatibility.No software/drivers needed.It is connected to a USB 3.0 slot on the back of my Dell OptiPlex 9020.Tested with SanDisk Cruzer USB 2.0 thumbdrive and data transfer rate was the same as directly plugging Cruzer to front of Dell.Tested with Western Digital Passport USB 3.0 and once again data transfer rate was the same as directly plugging to USB 3.0 on front of Dell.This implies that even with 5 feet of cable, the quality of the signal is not degraded and that transfers are occurring error free.5
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