Xclio USB Type C to A Converter USB3.2 Gen2 Fast OTG PC/MAC/Smartphones/Tablets
Xclio USB 3.2 Gen2 Fast USB OTG Converter Type-A to Type-C Adaptor PC/MAC
By DPD On 25th Oct
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Xclio USB Type C to USB A Converter Fast USB3.2 10GB's. You can now use your Legacy Standard USB with the new USB Type C.
Plug the USB C end of the adapter into a USB-C port, and then connect 1000's of standard USB-A devices
This adapter allows your USB C devices to work with USB A ports. Compatible with PC/MAC and most smartphones, tablets, flash drives, concentrators, etc. Applicable to various scenarios, such as home, office, car
Suitable for Charging upto 3A as well as Fast Data transfer.
Plug & Play OTG adapter. No additional driver/software needed.
Quality Zinc alloy body prevents scratches. Premium USB A connector passes 20, 000+ Push/Pull Test
Fast USB 3.2 With 10GB/s Data Transfer Rate
Suitable for Charging Mac 3A like Smartphones/Tablets/Powerbanks
Compact and Easy to Use: Plug and Play, no driver required.
Simple Thunderbolt 3 to USB adapter Limited to 10GBs.
|Type||USB-C to USB-A OTG Adapter|
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