The USB cable industry is bonkers, and it's ironically gotten worse with each new connector. How is it 2019 and there's still ambiguity as to maximum speed, amperage, etc.? How f'ing hard can it be to make all cables up to spec?
Even worse, it's nearly impossible to find long
USB-C cables, especially at a competitive price -- so when that weird mostly offshore industry collusion gets shaken, I can't resist posting:
3-meter (9.8-foot) USB-C to USB-A cable $5.83 at Monoprice after 20% off coupon with free shipping