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Type-C Adapter Micro USB Female To USB C Male Connector Data Sync Fast Charging

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Type-C Adapter Micro USB Female To USB C Male Connector Data Sync Fast Charging

Brand: Logico
Condition: New

-The next generation of USB technology - small reversible connector designed to support a new wave of faster more efficient power delivery capable of 10x faster data transfer speeds than USB 2.0.
-Support for USB OTG (On-the-Go) capable devices.
-Durable PVC construction
-Slim and compact. The small compact design makes this adapter easy to transport wherever you go. No matter where you are or what you need to charge you'll be covered.
-Conversion capabilities. In addition to the original charging cable supplied with your USB-C device this adapter converts your existing micro USB cables to USB-C. Ideal for charging in the car at work or on the go.
-Some Compatible Devices Include:
Apple MacBook (12-inch 2015)
Google ChromeBook Pixel (2015)
Nokia N1 Tablet
OnePlus 2
Nexus 5X
Nexus 6P
Xiaomi 5
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S
HTC 10

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