Classic Straight USB Cable for the Amazon Kindle / DX / Touch / Keyboard (WiFi and 3G) with Power Hot Sync and Charge Capabilities

Classic Straight USB Cable for the Amazon Kindle / DX / Touch / Keyboard (WiFi and 3G) with Power Hot Sync and Charge Capabilities

  • Simultaneously synchronize and recharge your device; 2 in 1 USB data cable
  • Professionally engineered and built; full lifetime warranty
  • TipExchange Technology protects investment providing means to upgrade charger tips at lower cost
  • Lifetime Warranty on Gomadic Brand products
Charge your mobile devices while synchronizing data with one cable custom designed to work with our TipExchange Technology that enables hundreds of mobile devices to work with the same cable (Tip Included). Cut loose the rest of those cords to make this cable the hub of your mobile workstation and enjoy a minimalist workspace anywhere you go. When your device is fully charged simply remove the device and custom tip and replace it with any of your other mobile accessories. In addition; this pro

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In Time

Every second counts in this sexy, stylish action-thriller starring Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried. In a future where time is literally money and aging stops at 25, the only way to stay alive is to earn, borrow, steal or inherit more time. But when a poor, working-class man (Timberlake) is falsely accused of murder, he teams up with a beautiful heiress (Seyfried) and must figure out a way to bring down the corrupt system before their dwindling life clocks run out! As a storyteller, Andrew

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5 Responses to “Classic Straight USB Cable for the Amazon Kindle / DX / Touch / Keyboard (WiFi and 3G) with Power Hot Sync and Charge Capabilities”

  1. A. Dent "Aragorn" says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Generic, March 17, 2011
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    A. Dent “Aragorn” (Minas Anor, GD) –
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    This review is from: Classic Straight USB Cable for the Amazon Kindle / DX / Touch / Keyboard (WiFi and 3G) with Power Hot Sync and Charge Capabilities

    There is NOTHING special when it comes to the USB cable a Kindle 2 or Kindle 3 need. All you need is a generic cable such as this one Sync & Charge USB Cable for Amazon Kindle (White) or you can simply type “USB Type A to Micro-B” at the Amazon search prompt or type “Kindle cable”. When evaluating your search results keep in mind that charging cables that work with Kindle 2 will work with Kindle 3 as well and vice-versa.

    Get this one if you don’t mind the price and you need an extra cable for your Kindle or if you just need a USB TYPE A to Micro-B cable for anything or get it from elsewhere for less.

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  2. HAPPY READER says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    PRO’S & CON’S KENDLE FIRE, December 7, 2011
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    We have just completed our first week with the Kendle Fire and have some first time opinions. We are both SENIOR citizens and always have some problems with NEW TECH DEVICES. The FIRE is easier to use once some start-up problems are solved. The FIRE does not come with an OWNER MANUAL so repeat start and stop steps to get use this Kendle as compared with the unit just below the Fire unit. The phone contact people have been VERY HELPFUL AND VERY PATIENT with the answers for us OLD folks. It really is a step up and has more bells & whistles than we will use, but maybe we will get smarter with time. Seriously, the FIRE is definately should be considered.

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  3. Paul A. Drawdy says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Lasted a year., April 19, 2011
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    Paul A. Drawdy
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    This review is from: Classic Straight USB Cable for the Amazon Kindle / DX / Touch / Keyboard (WiFi and 3G) with Power Hot Sync and Charge Capabilities

    After about a year or little less the plastic coating on the cable came off. It was weird, it all flaked off at the same time. I usually go a week or more between charges on my Kindle. I picked it up one day to charge and the coating just all came off in my hands. So I used electrical tape to cover bare wire, and it still works so far. Wonder where this was made?

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  4. Mr. Markster says:
    116 of 143 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Such A Good Concept… So Poorly Done, February 6, 2012
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    This review is from: In Time (Amazon Instant Video)

    I’m a sucker for a good sci- fi / action movie. I’m rather forgiving in just how much I will overlook in the name of quality entertainment.

    First, the Good: Some of the acting (Cillian Murphy, Justin Timberlake and a few others) are respectably solid. Also, the overall concept is very intriguing… the world currency is time, and when a person turns 25 their “life clock” actually begins. From the time you are 25, life’s objective is to keep your life clock from expiring. If it expires, you die. Not a problem for the rich, who have more time than they know what to do with: a “wealthy” person may have centuries to live, while the “poor” continuously struggle for more time. It’s a very interesting premise that becomes more interesting when a poor worker (Justin Timberlake) saves a “wealthy” man from a time stealing mob boss while flaunting his wealth in the ghetto. in return, he gives Justine Timberlake all of his time (over 100 years). In a short but very philosophical discussion the wealthy man, who has mentally lived too long, says “We are meant to die.”

    So begins a science fiction tale that promises to serve up plenty of symbolism, philosophical overtones about economy and the meaning of existence. Could it possibly be the rare sci fi / action film panned by critics but destined to become a cult classic somewhere down the road?

    Hell no.

    Unfortunately, that’s about as good as the film gets.

    Actually, the movie starts to go down hill and remains spiraling out of control with the entrance of Amanda Seyfried. Sadly, the story abandons all of its earlier adult-oriented promise to become a vapid “love story” seemingly aimed at a much younger audience. I was not impressed with Seyfried in “Red Riding Hood” and even less impressed with her here. Not only can’t she act, but her acting is so horrible that my wife and I kept laughing at scenes that were meant to be serious. She serves well as eye candy, but her acting in this movie was cardboard flat awful. However, in her defense, the characters aren’t scripted very well and she really wasn’t given much to work with. Whether she simply slept-walked through the production or fell victim to horrible scripting and directing- or all of the above- the movie took a turn for the worst upon the entry of her character.

    For example: she plays a wealthy girl who is kidnapped by Justin Timberlake and taken to the ghetto. They are both rendered unconscious and robbed of nearly all their time. Now they have to stay on the move and struggle to stay alive without running out of time. Excellent premise! However, never once does she seem very concerned that she is mere minutes from certain death. She acts incredibly hum-drum for a rich girl who always had an over-abundance of time and now literally has almost none. The sense of non-urgency really detracted from what could have – and SHOULD have been an incredibly suspenseful segment of the film. Just another example of weak script, weak acting and weak directing all coming together.

    The third act gets even worse when the two lovers turn into Robin Hood-esque characters, stealing from the wealthy and giving to the poor. The movie becomes so trite that anything once redeeming is no longer a part of the equation.

    Also, the ‘ghetto’ was way too tame: in a world where time can be exchanged simply by grabbing someones arm, think how chaotic, dismal and brutal the ghetto would really be with people killing eachother just to survuve a few more minutes. The movie becomes its own worst enemy by completely santizing what it’s attempting to condemn in the first place. I understand they didn’t want to cross over into R- rated territory, but the ghetto should have been much more chaotic and gritty- even at PG-13.

    All in all, this movie is so incredibly disappointing because it started with so much promise and then took all that promise and wasted it. Some the actors were solid- I’ve always been impressed with Cillian Murphy and I must admit that Timberlake easily holds his own as well (except for the god-awful scene when his “mother” is killed, which was cringe-worthy bad).

    With a tighter script and direction, more concentration on story and suspense as opposed to a vapid love story between the stereotypically over-indulged rich girl and the poor boy from the opposite side of the tracks- this could have been so much better than it actually was.

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  5. Teriek Williams says:
    44 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Entertaining but Flawed, November 13, 2011
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    This review is from: In Time (DVD)

    In Time is only the 4th film by New Zealander and The Truman Show writer Andrew Niccol and comes six years after Lord of War (2005) with Nicolas Cage and Jared Leto. While I reserve a special place for Niccol having seen all of his films and being satisfied by every one of them, Niccol has failed to make a film that would put him over the top. His debut Gattaca emerged as a cult classic that failed to find a major audience at the box office. Simone with Al Pacino went largely unnoticed and is never mentioned today. Lord of War, despite its complex setup and departure from Niccol’s usual science fiction themes, also was not a major motion picture. In Time may come off as Niccol’s most commercial work designed for commercial success.

    The film boasts a cast of young actors, a plus for bringing out the younger base. One of its main stars is Justin Timberlake, an international pop superstar who of recent years has made a foray in serious acting roles (as well as sparse comedic roles). Undoubtedly, Timberlake has an audience. And the film gathers together fine visuals, an impressionistic use of the color green with an appealing concept of time running out. It seems that Niccol is going out of his way to ensure a meaningful success on his hands. However, his attempts have been frustrated by claims of unoriginality considering the lawsuit by Harlan Ellison claiming that the film is a rip of 1965 short-story, “Repent, Harlequin!” Said the Ticktockman. Others see a connection to Logan’s Run.

    The plot of the film follows Will Salas (played by Timberlake) who lives in a world where time is currency. People don’t age past the age of 25 and for most of the poor, time is running out as clearly shown on their forearms. Time is used to pay bills, food and even to travel from place to place. However, Salas is given a gift by a man with almost unlimited time. Set up for his murder, a group of timekeeping individuals hunt him down. Salas further complicates matters by falling for the daughter of a wealthy man after he kidnaps her. Meanwhile, Salas is the subject of a manhunt by Fortis, an elderly man (in age) hell-bent on stealing time.

    The plot emerges quite interestingly and provides several literary detours to embark on. The story is complicated by more characters and their motivations. Action and chases are less emphasized in favor of story progression. The problem is that before the middle of the film arrives, it becomes somewhat clichéd and its links to other pre-existing material causes many balk at the film’s premise. The slick nature of the material and the lack of risks taken also impede on the film’s potential. Justin Timberlake, while not a terrible actor in this film (particularly comparison to his subpar performance in Bad Teacher), is hard to justify as a serious actor. Several more capable actors should have been considered.

    The standout actor of the film is the young Alex Pettyfer. Pettyfer, an English actor, has taken less-than-prospective roles in I Am Number Four and Beastly. However, he demonstrates his potential in this film, playing Fortis, a petty bad guy devoted to stealing time. Cillian Murphy seems somewhat out of place as an authority figure. He’s more adept at playing quirky loonies than straight-faced, by-the-book, ethical do-gooders. Amanda Seyfried does a fine job as always. Johnny Galecki like Murphy seems out of place seeing that the plot claims that no one ages past 25 and Galecki is 36. But maybe I’m being a stickler.

    All in all, I enjoyed the film for what it was worth: entertainment. I didn’t ponder the concepts introduced in the film since the product was so slick and glossy. It felt more like a blockbuster rather than the message-movie it was trying to be…

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