Scan USB 3.1 type-C to USB 3.0 type-A OTG Adapter Cable - 15cm
Type A to Type C
This cable features both a Type-A socket and a Type-C connector making it the perfect solution for converting a new Type-C socket into a Type-A socket. Perfect for plugging your USB flash-drive into a modern ultrabook.
The new USB Type-C connector is smaller than most of the previous USB connectors. (Micro B is the exception.) It is also symmetrical; this allows you to plug the connector in either way up. Features • USB3.0 Type-A (f) to Type-C (m)
• Reversible connector (Type-C)
• Data Transfer Rate: 5Gbps
• Charging Output: 3A
• Length: 15cm
|Type||USB 3.1 Cable|
|Connector From||USB (A)|
|Connector To||USB (C) Male|
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