USB-C will take over the world before long, but in the meantime, you’ll want some USB-C to USB-A cables to ease the transition. Get two reader-favorite Anker PowerLine cables for $10 with promo code BEST8166.
USB-C will take over the world before long, but in the meantime, you’ll want some USB-C to USB-A cables to ease the transition. Get three reader-favorite Anker PowerLine cables for $14, no code required.
One of the most exciting parts of the USB-C era is the cable’s ability to drive massive monitors all on its own, and you can take advantage with this QHD IPS display from Acer, now down to $320.
It’s going to be a few years until all of our gadgets use USB-C exclusively, so in the meantime, you should probably pick up a few cable adapters. $6 today gets you a pair of microUSB to USB-C adapters, plus one USB 3.0 adapter.
This $9 Aukey car charger includes both Quick Charge 3.0 and a USB-C port, making it one of the most forward-looking car chargers out there. This would be an amazing price for a charger with just one of those features, so to get them both for under $10 is pretty remarkable.
You probably own way too many microUSB cables, so turn four of them into USB-C cables for $5. Obviously, these won’t support USB-C Power Delivery for high-draw charging, but they’ll work fine for data transfer and charging phones.
A little after Apple launched its new MacBook Pro, it also cut the price on its USB-C cables and adapters since the switch to the new technology meant that most people needed to buy a goofy amount of dongles and convertors. Today, that sale ends.
USB-C will be the only cable we ever have to use before too long, but until that day comes, you’ll need some adapters to ease the transition.
This tiny microSD card reader works with both USB-A and USB-C, meaning you won’t have to worry about it becoming obsolete the next time you buy a computer. Hell, it’ll even work with a lot of newer Android phones.
USB-C will take over the world before long, but in the meantime, you’ll want some USB-C to USB-A cables to ease the transition. Get three reader-favorite Anker PowerLine cables for $10 with code SDUSBC33.
Update: While Tronsmart usually makes good products, reviews on this 2-pack are pretty dodgy, so it might be best to avoid this one. Sorry!
There aren’t a whole lot of USB-C chargers out there that can output 29W like the one that ships with Apple’s 12" MacBook, and this iClever BoostCube is the least expensive we’ve seen to date, making it a great option for Mac owners who need a spare.
Someday, all peripherals will be built specifically for USB-C, but until we get there, you’re gonna need some dongles. Check out a trio of options from Aukey below, and be sure to note the promo codes.
USB-C is eating the world, but until it totally replaces the old USB port, you’ll want a collection of USB-A to USB-C cables to ease the transition. A 2-pack for $7 is just about the best deal we’ve seen, so grab yours before they sell out.
Nonda’s USB-C to USB-A adapter is one of the smallest products of its kind, and at $9, it’s also one of the cheapest. You even get your choice of silver, space grey, and gold finishes to match your MacBook.
The transition from USB-A to USB-C is going to be slow and painful, but at least it doesn’t have to be expensive. Two A-to-C cables for $7 is one of the best prices we’ve seen, especially considering they’re both 6' long.