These will become more and more common over the next few years. Think of all the computer with full size USB A ports, as more and more accessories move to USB C these will be needed to use them. I already use one with my USB C dac.
surely theres not many uses for this since the usb-c male end will go into your phone and the usb-A into the power socket/plug? unless u have a usb-c male to usb-c male power lead
Maybe best to put its for 2x in title
I had these a while back, I left one connected to a lead in my cars 9v adapter. It smouldered and caught fire. Do not use buy a good quality lead and unplug when not in use.
Not voted because without seeing the advert from the OP I wouldn’t have looked for the others
It will be fine mate I have always bought Anker cables. None have broken yet. I own alot for various devices, cars vans. Work, office home Various lengths and charging speeds Usb A/C Got loads Where it says suitable for "iPhone 11" That will have been on the latest phone out when they released the cable. It will 100% work properly with your partner's iPhone 12 mate, As another person said, Anker very rarely update their listing information is all. But it will 100% work. I swear by Anker mate.
Ah that's a shame
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Ordered some more of the these yesterday for £8 100w braided, really good quality, I already owned a pair and good to see them still at a low price. My Samsung devices are able to utlise thier ultra fast charging with these (obviously need the plug too!) USB C Cable, INIU [2 Pack 2m 100W] 20V/5A PD QC 4.0 Fast Charging USB C to USB C cable, Nylon Braided Phone Charger Type C Data Cord for iPad Pro 2020 MacBook Air Samsung S20 S10 S9 Xiaomi Huawei etc. : Amazon.co.uk: Business, Industry & Science
Back to normal price (mad)
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0.5m sold out:( shows £1.72 for 1m to me(confused)
Which code? Looks like you've picked the 1m length.
Decent cable but hasn't lasted the 2 months daily usage I've had it - the age old wearing where the cable meets the head problem - I do use it a lot but still lasted less longer than others I've had - otherwise while it worked it was great.
looks like it https://www.amazon.co.uk/ARKTEK-Adapter-Female-Converter-Charging-Black-6-Pack/dp/B07C3DXJQ4/ref=sr_1_3?adgrpid=60098816064&dchild=1&gclid=Cj0KCQjwraqHBhDsARIsAKuGZeGnXHJR9uHVbT9OOorjwCECMDhRXR2ycoaEp5NxlaBnf__cvZNJFeMaAiYrEALw_wcB&hvadid=259054521330&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=1006567&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=6982244717932336966&hvtargid=kwd-306925345866&hydadcr=4424_1795160&keywords=micro+usb+to+c+adapter&qid=1625994610&sr=8-3
Can you get a micro USB to C adaptor?
I got 2 of these a few weeks ago. Good quality for the price.
If you find yourself needing this, it's time to upgrade your accessories 😜
A good and easy to understand statement,Thanks.I think thats called "Shallow Geek " as you didnt go to deep into your explanation. (y)
Very similar in Lidl, and were £9.99. Jist took delivery of the one on here. Great quality for the cash. ✅
I think I saw these selling in Lidl last week. Probably cheaper, too.
Got similar one from b&m few years ago. It is brilliant as hand held but due to round base and no tilt head they really difficult to use otherwise. Finding something exactly inline with where you want air can be bit difficult.
It is - but you need to use the listed 40% voucher. 👌🏻
There's a shady practice that's becoming popular in which manufacturers release a good product. For example a 20W power bank when everyone else is only doing 18W. Get the good reviews in on release and then down the line change out some components making the product worse and cheaper and hoping people don't notice. It think it's most recently been talked about with regards to solid state drives and memory.
I do believe is genuine too, but you never know with ebay purchases. I only posted the pictures as reference for you to see if there are the same. There is a chance Ugreen did what you said, I don't think I came across 20w power banks before and I personally do not see the point to upgrade from 18 to 20w.
It looks legit. Everything on the power bank and the box matches the images you posted. Aside from the ".22" on the power bank and the box. I would guess UGREEN started with 20W but then switched to cheaper cells and now it'll only do 18W max. The ebay listed was probably lazy googling. I can't find a USB PD 9V trigger so I can't actually test whether it'll do 2A or 2.2A. In all other respects the product I have appears to be identical.
All power bank have about 10-20% less rated capacity than the advertised capacity. This is normal. But 20% less is a bit too much for a relatively decent brand. Pictures from customers on Amazon show USB C output 9vx2.2A, please see below, so if yours is different, it may not be genuine.
I think trolling! (lol) I got you the first time… I guess some people are just slooooooow!
It doesn’t matter the speed of the usb c if you are plugging through a usb a. You are restricted by the usb a speed. A better solution is an single usb c adapter that has dual usb a ports on it. They will bother have the max speed of usb a and share the usb c speed which is enough and some to run both at max speed.
That's not how it works. Each port will have the full bandwidth of the USB C port. If you're talking about using two devices on one port then they will have to share the bandwidth of the one port but depending on the devices and the usage that may not be an issue. It's clearly so complicated that in 4 comments you can't clearly articulate the reality of the situatiuon.
2 ports plugged into 1 will each be slower than 1 port plugged into 1 because they are sharing bandwidth. I didn't mention anything about increasing speed of ports. Is that actually complicated or are you just trolling?
You literally haven't though. You've made two assertions that frankly sound like rubbish. Plugging this in will not change the speed of either of the USB C ports. It theoretically will not make them faster. If there's actually some sort of hub like hardware in them (I doubt very much) then in theory this will add latency and could be argued that it will slow the ports. Plugging a standard hub into one of the ports will have the same effect. The theoretical speed of the USB port will not be slower, there may be some latency but it will not change the specifications of the USB C port. This is not an upgrade or a downgrade and will have no effect on the underlying hardware.
I don't think there's any difference between this and the Anker Nano. Both are 20w. If anything the Nano version looks like it has a slimmer profile, this one looks a bit bulkier. I've just purchased the Anker Nano 20w and it's great. However still a great deal so will be voting hot for this.
Not much, just the size? Might have better heat dissipation due its size.
I can't find anything. They both say output: 3A 15W / 9V ⎓ 2.22A 20W
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