• StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
  • StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
  • StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
  • StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
  • StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
  • StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black
StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black

StarTech.com 3 ft. (0.9 m) USB to Micro USB Cable With Power Delivery - Dual USB 2.0 A to Micro-B - Power and Data - Y-Cable - Micro USB Cable (USB2HAUBY3), Black

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  • USB cable
  • USB (M) to Micro-USB Type B (M)
  • 3 ft
  • black
  • Provides both power and data connections between a host computer (Desktop, laptop, netbook) and external USB storage
  • Reduces clutter and frees up space
  • Eliminates the need for a power adapter
  • Backed by StarTech.com's lifetime warranty
  • Provides both USB data and USB device power through a single cable
  • High Speed USB 2.0 data transfer rates up to 480Mbps

Customer Reviews

Allowed our 2013 TV with two USB ports to power our Fire Stick 4KOur TV is an older 2013 model and each USB port was only 0.5 amp. Using both allowed us to power the Fire Stick 4K and not have to run a power wire. The TV is wall mounted and the power cable supplied with the Fire Stick power was too short to reach the closest outlet. This solved the problem and it doesn't take the Fire Stick long to boot up when the TV is turned on.5Worked Perfect/ Gives plenty of power so USB can be off with car and phone stays chargedI just bought a car that has carplay/android auto. This allows me to leave a cheap android phone in my car connected ALL the time, which gives me google maps and waze on the info screen, and with the dual connectors allows plenty of power so that when the car is turned off, the phone stays on and ready for the next trip. No more plugging and unplugging etc. I use an apple X max day to day, but buying a $34 android allows me to never bother with my apple phone so I do not forget and leave it in the car but yet I can still listen to Spotify, etc.5Does not quick-charge Android Auto phone (but it doesn't claim to, either)Like others who have written reviews, I bought this hoping that this would allow my Android phone (a cheap Moto E6) to quick-charge while connected to the head unit for Android Auto (Sony XAV-AX3000). When connected directly to the head unit, my E6 showed "slow charge" and would slowly drain over time. After buying this cable, I plugged the black connector to my Android Auto usb port and the red connector to my phone charger and...still "slowly charging".If I plugged the black connecter directly into the phone charger and leave the red connector unplugged, I get "TurboPower". So the cable itself is fine.This led me to get out my scissors and soldering kit. I cut both wires and directly connected the red/black wires (the power wires) from the red-tip cable to the power wires leading to the micro-USB tip, totally bypassing the black tip connector. I then soldered the rest of the connections back together (leaving the red/black wire from the black connector un-connected) and...still slow charging.I think what the main problem is is that the Android Auto head-unit and phone are not negotiating the amount of power that can be delivered to the phone, and it's defaulting to the minimal level of charge (500 milliamps), aka "slow charge". I don't know how this can be remedied and if it's a problem with the head unit or the phone itself.I'm not going to negatively rate this product because it's not advertised as a way to boost Android Auto power levels.5Allows you to POWER your TOSHIBA ENCORE and USE USB DEVICES at the same time!I found this cable on the Toshiba Forum, plugging the red plug into your USB AC ADAPTER, using the black plug with a F to F gender changer, then into a USB DOCK (I am using the Pluggable 2.0 dock) and then the micro USB port into the TOSHIBA ENCORE, you get PLUGGED IN, NOT CHARGING. This means that the machine is running off AC, but not charging the battery.So with this cable and a F to F gender changer, you can use your TOSHIBA ENCORE as a desktop computer. I am currently running (2) 40" monitors, external USB hard drive, keyboard, mouse and using audio through the dock.5Exactly as describedThis cable was exactly what I needed to get my old Western Digital Passport (external hard drive) to work on my new Wii U! Because the Wii U doesn't support USB 3.0 (why not, Nintendo?) I figured, why waste money on a USB 3.0 drive when the Wii U only uses USB 2.0. Once formatted on the Wii U, the drive can't be accessed by any other devices.. so anything beyond USB 2.0 was definitely a waste.Anyway, the drive wouldn't work on the Wii U with the cable that came with it. After some research I found that this was because it wasn't getting enough power.The solution? Buy a new external drive with it's own power source or get a y-splitter cable.. and this was exactly what I needed.The drive booted up perfectly the first time with this cable.. formatted fine and works great! A $7 cable saved me from having to buy a new $100+ hard drive.. can't beat that!5It is an amazing cable that's hard to find I just got this cable in the mail yesterday, used my WD MyPassport 500GB External Hard Drive to connect from the Micro USB B end to the Dual USB A slots in the front of my Wii U system, and it worked without any error messages as I tested this cable itself. It is an amazing cable that's hard to find, but I am glad I got it ordered from here and got mine in the mail quicker than I expected. I really love this product! Five stars for a successful review! I highly recommend this item out to you if you want to connect your External Hard drive to your Wii U without experiencing the "storage device has removed" error message a bunch of times from a home-made USB Y cable! You're going to love it! It is an awesome cable that is hard to find in most retail stores! 5Must have for Android auto on a Chevy Bolt Must have for Android auto on a Chevy Bolt, works as expected. Get the 3 foot model, I got the 1 foot and it unplugs every once in a while. 5Didn't work to add additional power for phone in a carIf you are using this product to supplement the power for a hard disk, it may work fine. However, I was looking for a solution to help supplement the power to my Android phone when it is plugged into the USB port in my car used for Android Auto in the head unit. The current from the head unit in my car is too low/underpowered and doesn't charge my phone when I'm using Android Auto on the car's head unit. I used this product to plug the red USB into a 2.1-2.4 amp DC adapter plugged into the car's 12V adapter. I then plugged in the black USB into the car's USB/data port to the head unit mainly for data transfer. The micro USB plugged into the phone. I was hoping that the larger current from the red USB plug combined with the small current coming from the black USB would be enough to charge my phone. I found that it did not work. It could be that Android/Android Auto doesn't allow for a simple Y type connection like this. So if you are looking for a solution for that, this product will not work for that application. That's why I gave it 3 stars. However, it may well work fine for a hard disk drive.3Great for Car IntegrationBeen using this in my car for about a year now. Most modern cars have their own USB port built into the dash for sharing information with the 'infotainment' center, like accessing your phone's music library, contacts, or in the case of Android Auto basically everything.The problem with these USB ports however is that the power output is usually abysmal and can actually let your phone's battery drain if not charging very slowly.If you plug the black end into that port, your car will receive all the information it needs. Then you can use the red end in a standard 12v phone charger as a supplement.I remember thinking about building one before buying this so I'm glad it already exists.5Makes an External BlueRay Writer work without hickupsMy external BlueRay Writer finally works at full speed in write mode with this adapter without errors. I keep the power side of the StarTech Y connected to an external fast-charge wall adapter and not depend on USB power from the PC.USB powered external disks work OK for reading large files. A user never sees the error detection and re-sending of an occasional data string in the background that the PC does automatically.Regular USB ports on a PC frequently lack sufficient power for to operate external rotating disks when writing many large files without errors. That can make a a BD-RE disk worthless after spending 20 minutes writing files and getting sector errors.5but it would have been nice to fit out of the box Works as advertised, but in my case, I wanted to use with with an Amazon Fire TV ultra 4k as the main power source and the small end is too thick to fit the Fire TV module. I "shaved" the top and bottom of the connector a bit and got it to fit, but it would have been nice to fit out of the box. Still, after shaving the connector down, it plugged in just fine and gave that little bit of extra power the the Fire TV module wanted just fine! 4Works great to power a juice hungry usb deviceActually, I bought this in hope that I can power a mini pc running on USB power source. And it works!I had a mini pc that comes with its own 3amp usb adapter. But the original adapter struggles to power the mini pc when an external usb hdd is connected. I figure that I needed a 4amp usb adapter.The workaround I derived was to power the mini pc with two usb ports each 2.4amp. This usb Y cable is the answer. So far, the mini pc runs happy with an external hdd connected.5Well made cable.It's probably best to use dual USB ports fed by the same power source, since both cables supply power to the micro plug on the other end (only one supplies data, but they both supply power). Since both plugs are wired for power in parallel (tied together), things could get wonky if the USB ports voltage was different, etc. (running off of different power supplies), so probably best to use two USB ports that are shared from the same power brick, laptop, adapter, etc. to power both plugs.My application for this is to supply extra power to a USB based cellular modem (a PCIe type in an enclosure), since I will be plugging it into a single USB port on a mini router and that port may not supply enough power on its own for the modem. I'll be using a USB power bank that has two ports to run both (for a mobile application). One port on the power bank will feed the router (the router is powered via a USB cable) and the other port on the power bank will feed the red plug here. The data+power side of the cable (the black plug) will plug into my mini router. The USB micro end will go to the modem enclosure.This will keep me from having to run a powered USB hub in-between the router and the modem for the time being, but, for a more permanent install, I would consider getting a powered hub and not using a Y cable altogether.4
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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Description
  • USB cable
  • USB (M) to Micro-USB Type B (M)
  • 3 ft
  • black
  • Provides both power and data connections between a host computer (Desktop, laptop, netbook) and external USB storage
  • Reduces clutter and frees up space
  • Eliminates the need for a power adapter
  • Backed by StarTech.com's lifetime warranty
  • Provides both USB data and USB device power through a single cable
  • High Speed USB 2.0 data transfer rates up to 480Mbps
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Allowed our 2013 TV with two USB ports to power our Fire Stick 4KOur TV is an older 2013 model and each USB port was only 0.5 amp. Using both allowed us to power the Fire Stick 4K and not have to run a power wire. The TV is wall mounted and the power cable supplied with the Fire Stick power was too short to reach the closest outlet. This solved the problem and it doesn't take the Fire Stick long to boot up when the TV is turned on.5Worked Perfect/ Gives plenty of power so USB can be off with car and phone stays chargedI just bought a car that has carplay/android auto. This allows me to leave a cheap android phone in my car connected ALL the time, which gives me google maps and waze on the info screen, and with the dual connectors allows plenty of power so that when the car is turned off, the phone stays on and ready for the next trip. No more plugging and unplugging etc. I use an apple X max day to day, but buying a $34 android allows me to never bother with my apple phone so I do not forget and leave it in the car but yet I can still listen to Spotify, etc.5Does not quick-charge Android Auto phone (but it doesn't claim to, either)Like others who have written reviews, I bought this hoping that this would allow my Android phone (a cheap Moto E6) to quick-charge while connected to the head unit for Android Auto (Sony XAV-AX3000). When connected directly to the head unit, my E6 showed "slow charge" and would slowly drain over time. After buying this cable, I plugged the black connector to my Android Auto usb port and the red connector to my phone charger and...still "slowly charging".If I plugged the black connecter directly into the phone charger and leave the red connector unplugged, I get "TurboPower". So the cable itself is fine.This led me to get out my scissors and soldering kit. I cut both wires and directly connected the red/black wires (the power wires) from the red-tip cable to the power wires leading to the micro-USB tip, totally bypassing the black tip connector. I then soldered the rest of the connections back together (leaving the red/black wire from the black connector un-connected) and...still slow charging.I think what the main problem is is that the Android Auto head-unit and phone are not negotiating the amount of power that can be delivered to the phone, and it's defaulting to the minimal level of charge (500 milliamps), aka "slow charge". I don't know how this can be remedied and if it's a problem with the head unit or the phone itself.I'm not going to negatively rate this product because it's not advertised as a way to boost Android Auto power levels.5Allows you to POWER your TOSHIBA ENCORE and USE USB DEVICES at the same time!I found this cable on the Toshiba Forum, plugging the red plug into your USB AC ADAPTER, using the black plug with a F to F gender changer, then into a USB DOCK (I am using the Pluggable 2.0 dock) and then the micro USB port into the TOSHIBA ENCORE, you get PLUGGED IN, NOT CHARGING. This means that the machine is running off AC, but not charging the battery.So with this cable and a F to F gender changer, you can use your TOSHIBA ENCORE as a desktop computer. I am currently running (2) 40" monitors, external USB hard drive, keyboard, mouse and using audio through the dock.5Exactly as describedThis cable was exactly what I needed to get my old Western Digital Passport (external hard drive) to work on my new Wii U! Because the Wii U doesn't support USB 3.0 (why not, Nintendo?) I figured, why waste money on a USB 3.0 drive when the Wii U only uses USB 2.0. Once formatted on the Wii U, the drive can't be accessed by any other devices.. so anything beyond USB 2.0 was definitely a waste.Anyway, the drive wouldn't work on the Wii U with the cable that came with it. After some research I found that this was because it wasn't getting enough power.The solution? Buy a new external drive with it's own power source or get a y-splitter cable.. and this was exactly what I needed.The drive booted up perfectly the first time with this cable.. formatted fine and works great! A $7 cable saved me from having to buy a new $100+ hard drive.. can't beat that!5It is an amazing cable that's hard to find I just got this cable in the mail yesterday, used my WD MyPassport 500GB External Hard Drive to connect from the Micro USB B end to the Dual USB A slots in the front of my Wii U system, and it worked without any error messages as I tested this cable itself. It is an amazing cable that's hard to find, but I am glad I got it ordered from here and got mine in the mail quicker than I expected. I really love this product! Five stars for a successful review! I highly recommend this item out to you if you want to connect your External Hard drive to your Wii U without experiencing the "storage device has removed" error message a bunch of times from a home-made USB Y cable! You're going to love it! It is an awesome cable that is hard to find in most retail stores! 5Must have for Android auto on a Chevy Bolt Must have for Android auto on a Chevy Bolt, works as expected. Get the 3 foot model, I got the 1 foot and it unplugs every once in a while. 5Didn't work to add additional power for phone in a carIf you are using this product to supplement the power for a hard disk, it may work fine. However, I was looking for a solution to help supplement the power to my Android phone when it is plugged into the USB port in my car used for Android Auto in the head unit. The current from the head unit in my car is too low/underpowered and doesn't charge my phone when I'm using Android Auto on the car's head unit. I used this product to plug the red USB into a 2.1-2.4 amp DC adapter plugged into the car's 12V adapter. I then plugged in the black USB into the car's USB/data port to the head unit mainly for data transfer. The micro USB plugged into the phone. I was hoping that the larger current from the red USB plug combined with the small current coming from the black USB would be enough to charge my phone. I found that it did not work. It could be that Android/Android Auto doesn't allow for a simple Y type connection like this. So if you are looking for a solution for that, this product will not work for that application. That's why I gave it 3 stars. However, it may well work fine for a hard disk drive.3Great for Car IntegrationBeen using this in my car for about a year now. Most modern cars have their own USB port built into the dash for sharing information with the 'infotainment' center, like accessing your phone's music library, contacts, or in the case of Android Auto basically everything.The problem with these USB ports however is that the power output is usually abysmal and can actually let your phone's battery drain if not charging very slowly.If you plug the black end into that port, your car will receive all the information it needs. Then you can use the red end in a standard 12v phone charger as a supplement.I remember thinking about building one before buying this so I'm glad it already exists.5Makes an External BlueRay Writer work without hickupsMy external BlueRay Writer finally works at full speed in write mode with this adapter without errors. I keep the power side of the StarTech Y connected to an external fast-charge wall adapter and not depend on USB power from the PC.USB powered external disks work OK for reading large files. A user never sees the error detection and re-sending of an occasional data string in the background that the PC does automatically.Regular USB ports on a PC frequently lack sufficient power for to operate external rotating disks when writing many large files without errors. That can make a a BD-RE disk worthless after spending 20 minutes writing files and getting sector errors.5but it would have been nice to fit out of the box Works as advertised, but in my case, I wanted to use with with an Amazon Fire TV ultra 4k as the main power source and the small end is too thick to fit the Fire TV module. I "shaved" the top and bottom of the connector a bit and got it to fit, but it would have been nice to fit out of the box. Still, after shaving the connector down, it plugged in just fine and gave that little bit of extra power the the Fire TV module wanted just fine! 4Works great to power a juice hungry usb deviceActually, I bought this in hope that I can power a mini pc running on USB power source. And it works!I had a mini pc that comes with its own 3amp usb adapter. But the original adapter struggles to power the mini pc when an external usb hdd is connected. I figure that I needed a 4amp usb adapter.The workaround I derived was to power the mini pc with two usb ports each 2.4amp. This usb Y cable is the answer. So far, the mini pc runs happy with an external hdd connected.5Well made cable.It's probably best to use dual USB ports fed by the same power source, since both cables supply power to the micro plug on the other end (only one supplies data, but they both supply power). Since both plugs are wired for power in parallel (tied together), things could get wonky if the USB ports voltage was different, etc. (running off of different power supplies), so probably best to use two USB ports that are shared from the same power brick, laptop, adapter, etc. to power both plugs.My application for this is to supply extra power to a USB based cellular modem (a PCIe type in an enclosure), since I will be plugging it into a single USB port on a mini router and that port may not supply enough power on its own for the modem. I'll be using a USB power bank that has two ports to run both (for a mobile application). One port on the power bank will feed the router (the router is powered via a USB cable) and the other port on the power bank will feed the red plug here. The data+power side of the cable (the black plug) will plug into my mini router. The USB micro end will go to the modem enclosure.This will keep me from having to run a powered USB hub in-between the router and the modem for the time being, but, for a more permanent install, I would consider getting a powered hub and not using a Y cable altogether.4
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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