2 x Long 6 Ft USB-C USB 3.1 C Connector A Male Sync Data Charge for Macbook 12"

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USB-C USB 3.1 Type C Connector to A Male Sync Data Charge Cable for Macbook 12"

Product Introduction:

Connect More with Cable Matters USB Type-C Products

Manage the Migration to USB Type-C
The Cable Matters USB 2.0 Type-A to Type-C cable provides a convenient connection between legacy USB chargers/computers with USB-A and the newest releases of smartphones and tables with USB-C. It connects computers with a USB Type-A port to newer smartphones and tablets with the small form factor USB Type-C connector.

Superior Construction with an Unbeatable Warranty
The combination of sturdy construction with a flexible jacket and USB connectors with molded strain relief provides a cable with reliable performance and long life. Cable Matters provides a lifetime warranty and product support with this cable for peace of mind when purchasing.

USB Type-C Compatibility List (Partial List)
- 2015 MacBook with 12" Retina Display
- HP Pavilion x2 / Spectre x2 / Pro Tablet 608
- Nokia N1
- OnePlus 2
- Lenovo Zuk Z1
- Google Nexus 5X / 6P
- Google Pixel C
- Lumia 950 / 950XL

Important Notes
- This is not designed to connect a host computer with USB Type-C port to USB peripherals with USB Type-A port (such as an external hard drive).
- This cable is not compatible with the USB Type-C port on the Apple 'USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter'. It only functions when connected to the USB Type A port on the Multiport Adapter.

Cable Specifications
- Host Computer/Charger Connector: USB Type-A male
- Client Smartphone/Tablet Connector: USB Type-C male

On Apr-01-16 at 15:38:05 PDT, seller added the following information:

Weight (lbs.):0.75
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Continental United States
This product usually ships in 4 business days and should be delivered in 10 business days.
Shop worry free! If you’re not 100% happy with your purchase, you can return this item within 14 days of receiving it.

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