Sony Ericsson Mobile Phone Cables and Adaptors
Set up as a partnership between Sony and Swedish Telecommunications Company, Sony Ericsson was sold between 2001 and 2012, after which mobile phones carried the Sony name only. Sony Ericsson mobile phones originally had proprietary to USB cables before moving to the common Micro USB to USB connector standard.
DCU-60 and DCU-65
Readily available, DCU-60 and DCU-65 data cables form a bridge between compatible Sony Ericsson mobile phones and standard USB sockets on devices such as laptops and PCs. With the right software these cables enable the transfer of pictures and music and the synchronisation of calendars and address books.
Micro to female USB cables
These convenient cables enable data to be shared between an old phone and a new Sony phone. The standard USB end of the old phone cable fits into the female USB socket, whilst the micro USB plug fits into the new phone to complete the connection.
Micro to USB cables
Micro USB to USB cables are compatible with every Sony Ericsson mobile phone fitted with a micro USB port and can be used to connect the phone to a power adapter, a laptop or a PC. Enabling devices to be charged and also share data when connected to a laptop or PC, these cables are handy and portable.
Micro USB to HDMI cables
Connecting the Micro USB lead to your phone and the HDMI cable into a TV enables the phone's content to be displayed on a larger screen. These cables are ideal for sharing mobile phone content with family and friends.
Wall and car adapters
Sony Ericsson power adapters are available in wall and car variations. Wall chargers are handy alternatives to powering a device via a laptop or PC and are much faster. Car adaptors are compact units that plug into car cigarette lighter ports and provide a power lifeline for mobile devices whilst on the move.