flight planner, it's USB mini B, not micro-USB. So yep, you need a different cable for it. These used to be more common, many digital cameras, early Logitech Harmony remotes, older cell phones including very early Android phones, and other devices used mini-USB. My Fujitsu scanner that I bought a couple years ago is probably the last device I bought that uses that connector. So if you have older devices that connected to your PC via USB using an "odd" cable, that might work. The mini-USB connector is about the same width as micro-USB, but twice as thick.