Dell – A / B DC Power Jack for DELL Inspiron 5555 5558 5559 v3558 v3559 3459 5455 5458 5459 7460 7560 3147 DC Connector Laptop Socket for $0.60

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Dell – A / B DC Power Jack for DELL Inspiron 5555 5558 5559 v3558 v3559 3459 5455 5458 5459 7460 7560 3147 DC Connector Laptop Socket for $0.60
Dell – A / B DC Power Jack for DELL Inspiron 5555 5558 5559 v3558 v3559 3459 5455 5458 5459 7460 7560 3147 DC Connector Laptop Socket for $0.60
$0.60 $0.75

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  1. I’ve bought other AmazonBasics cables before and had no issues, but this ethernet cable is so bad it should be taken out of circulation (and the two 50 foot ones I bought 4 months ago are going in the garbage, which is better than they even deserve). So what’s wrong with them? Two things:1) the jacket is made of BRITTLE (and thin) plastic. As a result, the cable will not uncoil well and lie flat, but that’s not even the worst thing about the jacket, which is: it CRACKS open if you so much as look at it the wrong way (which is to say, if you look at it at all). And once it cracks, the cracks travel along the length of the jacket.2) the connectors do not fit snugly enough into my laptop computer, leaving just enough play to cause sporadic interruption of the connection.Every other 50 foot ethernet cable I’ve ever bought has had a thick, rubbery outer jacket and has lasted several years, eventually failing the usual way these things fail: the little plastic tab that locks the connector into place breaks off. [There are two ways around that issue, which I will discuss in a forthcoming 5 star review of the UGREEN RJ45 Coupler 2 Pack In-Line Coupler Cat7/Cat6/Cat5e Ethernet Cable Extender Adapter Female to Female (White) (available on Amazon).]To summarize, in my opinion, this cable is not worth buying at ANY price.

  2. This networking cable has been great for wrapping around the perimeter of my room to connect my modem to my router. The cable offers the fast speeds as advertised and fits nicely into the ethernet jacks without sticking out.My only complaint is the material used to wrap the cables. The plastic on the outside of the cables feel very stiff. Make sure you aren’t going to me moving this cable often, because even when setting up the cable some of the plastic looked to be forming cracks. I used small nails to run this around the perimeter of my room so the cable will stay in place and not move. I find it odd that they made a flexible cable so stiff.

  3. PRO: This cable carries signal from your hub/router to your device, and the signal seems fine.CON: The outer casing has been falling apart, after only a few months of light/medium use.MORE DETAIL: My wife uses this cable because the wifi reception on her MacBook is always going in and out (a conversation for another day and another forum). She uses the 25-foot version of this cable to plug directly into our cable modem/router in an adjacent room. At the end of the day, she typically coils it up and stashes it out of the way. As you can see in the attached photos, the casing has developed numerous openings along its length, where the individual signal wires now show through. At some point, probably over the next few months, it will likely become completely unusable.I would recommend spending a couple more bucks for something that will last longer than six months. This one is pretty much cheap junk.

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