USB Type-C Male to USB 3.0 A Female Adapter OTG Cable

If you have adopted the new 2015 MacBook then this cable is a must! It allows attaching USB 3.0 and older USB devices to the 2015 MacBook. At the time of posting this, there are very few devices with a USB-C connector, so this USB-C to USB 3.0 adapter is a must. I found the build quality to be good and I like the black color that I chose. I like how it’s so short and light. That makes throwing it in my backpack along with my 2015 MacBook hassle-free.

Premium USB Type C to USB 3.0 A Female OTG Cable
Premium USB Type C to USB 3.0 A Female OTG Cable

Connect Any Device to the Latest Laptops and Tablets

As computers, desktops, and mobile phones adapt the latest technology, sometimes your other devices can’t keep up. With our USB C Adapter Cable you have a simple, effective solution to any convert any Legacy USB cords to a USB C (3.1) port. Keep all your devices connected to new MacBooks, Chromebook Pixels, Nokia Tablets and more.

Looks Good, Works Great

We’ve designed these USB C Adapters with a high quality aluminum casing to seamlessly blend with the appearance of the latest generation of laptops, tablets and mobile phones.

The adapter supports high speed transfer of up to 10Gbps.

Simple to Use

All you need to do to is plug in your USB cable, no drivers or installation required. The Adapter supports USB 3.0 plugs, but is also backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1.

Remember the days when we’d go through a new charger per year because the Micro USB jack/port was too fragile and would go bad and wobbly? Remember the fun times we had leaning the phone in precarious positions just so it could stay plugged? Oh, right….that wasn’t fun at all. Remember how you’d ALWAYS get the wrong side facing up on the first try?

Well, help is on the way, because USB Type C is the new standard, and will eventually be the one connector to rule them all as soon as everything catches up. For example, the latest Macbooks only have USB-C as charging ports. And why is this exciting? Well,

1. The jacks are symmetrical, so it doesnt matter which side faces up. Freedom!!!

2. Having one industry standard means that the user won’t have to tote around so many different cables and adapters for different devices, USB-C will handle charging, connecting peripherals and other devices, etc. Goodbye, proprietary charger connectors (ahem.. I’m looking at you, Apple Lightning.)

3. Type C connectors and 3.0/3.1 cables deliver more power/speed, which means more options for users.

4. And, since devices won’t need to have so many different ports crammed inside, they can become less bulky/thinner, which is a plus.

But back to this product….So I was hunting for backup USB-C to USB-A’s and had the opportunity to try these out for free in exchange for a candid review. The 2-pack arrived neatly bundled in normal retail packaging (versus sketchy unmarked plastic bags…) and the cables were in pristine condition. I was thrilled to find a 2-pack—–I wanted two identical lengths, so I’d never have to guess, and would always have a spare. One meter is a convenient length—any longer and everything gets tangled up too easily. The cables have a slightly larger diameter than my other ones—so they feel pretty sturdy. When I tested them on my portable power bank, the connectors plugged in crisply and firmly. You can get inexpensive adapters if you have a device that doesn’t use USB Type C (e.g. my old Android phone, whose charger crapped out long ago); USB Type C 3.0/3.1 cables are backward compatible with all other USB types/versions that came before, as long as you have the right adapter.

This cable adapter is well made, sturdy and a bit bulkier than we are used to. It has gold plating design and the cord seems to be of high quality. It’s portable, delivers great signal at a high speed stability. It comes in a 100% recycled box. This product is also available on Tagreat.com here: Premium USB Type C to USB 3.0 A Female Adapter OTG Cable.

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