NOTE: 1. Product includes 1 USB cable only. 2. Power adapter not included. This 10-foot long USB power or charge cable will allow you to use your Amazon Kindle devices while being charged. You can be up to 10 feet away from the power source while charging your device. This will also allow you to place your Echo Dot, Fire TV Stick and All New Fire TV Pendant up to 10 feet away from the power source. | Premium quality USB to Micro-USB Cable (works with most Micro-USB Tablets and electronic devices). Works with virtually all Amazon devices with a Micro USB port. This cable is a great replacement for “Amazon 5ft USB to Micro-USB Cable (works with most Micro-USB Tablets)”. Replaces “Official Amazoncom replacement for the USB cable that comes in-box with Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD 7", and Kindle Fire HD 8.9." | For use with all Kindle tablets and e-readers. Works with “Amazon 5W USB Official OEM Charger and Power Adapter for Fire Tablets and Kindle eReaders.” Work with “Official Amazon 5W, 1A power adapter compatible with most devices with a micro-USB port, although charging times may vary”. Also known as: Kindle USB Charging Cable, Amazon Kindle Paperwhite USB Cable, Kindle Fire USB Charging Cable, Kindle Paperwhite Charger, Echo Dot USB Cable | Replaces Belkin Extra Long 10-Foot Micro USB Cable. Works with Belkin Universal Home Charger with Micro USB ChargeSync Cable. Replaces Micro USB Cable Amazon Alexa charging cable cord [10ft] for Amazon Alexa All-New Fire HD 8 HD 10 Tablet , Fire TV Stick Paperwhite Echo Dot Fire 7 with Alexa ,Amazon Echo Kindle Voyage E-reader. This cable can also be used to charge Xbox One and PS4 Playstation 4 controllers. Other applications: Fire TV Stick USB Power Cable, All New Fire TV USB Power Cable | ienza is a registered trademark. Use of the ienza trademark without the prior written consent of ienza, LLC. may constitute trademark infringement and unfair competition in violation of federal and state laws. ienza products are developed as cost-effective alternatives to OEM parts. They are not necessarily endorsed by the OEMs.