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Not bad. I also was able to do slow shipping for the $1.50 digital credit. Thanks OP
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Not bad. I also was able to do slow shipping for the $1.50 digital credit. Thanks OP
buy 1 or 3?
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Price went up by a dollar. Used to always be $5.99 after $3 coupon.
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Only USB 2.0 data speeds (480mbps)
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Only USB 2.0 data speeds (480mbps)
That bothered me when I first started looking for USB-C cable. But Apple's cable is also USB 2.0 and it doesn't make sense to spend more for USB3 if you're only using it for charging.
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That bothered me when I first started looking for USB-C cable. But Apple's cable is also USB 2.0 and it doesn't make sense to spend more for USB3 if you're only using it for charging.
Agreed, I ordered some monoprice ones that were $1.50 a few months ago and those were only 3' long and doesn't seem to charge all that fast with my 18w charger. These seem pretty promising since I've been looking for one for the office.
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That bothered me when I first started looking for USB-C cable. But Apple's cable is also USB 2.0 and it doesn't make sense to spend more for USB3 if you're only using it for charging.
That's bothered me about Apple's cable too. I was a big fan of the idea of USB C when it first came out, but now I have nightmares about a box of cables, some of which can charge laptops, some of which can carry video signals, some of which can connect external GPUs, etc, but they are all completely indistinguishable. As a result I've stuck to just getting passive 40gbps cables that support at least 87w of power delivery. It means I'm limited to just a couple of feet in length, but if I can't keep track of which cable is which as the years go on, I know my other family members won't.
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i'm a bit new to usb-c charging speeds, but i assume this 60w cable wont take advantage of a 90w usbc- PD charger for laptop?
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You'll need a Thunderbolt 3.0 cable that supports 100W charging.

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i'm a bit new to usb-c charging speeds, but i assume this 60w cable wont take advantage of a 90w usbc- PD charger for laptop?
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Two different cables. Your link is USB-C to USB-A, which is significantly lower priced.

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That bothered me when I first started looking for USB-C cable. But Apple's cable is also USB 2.0 and it doesn't make sense to spend more for USB3 if you're only using it for charging.
The trouble is keeping track of which cable is for charging and which cable is for data transfer. It's a real PIA to plug something in and start a transfer only to see the progress bar inch along. I don't like having to pay more for USB 3.1 Gen 1/2, but at least they're good for everything.
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The trouble is keeping track of which cable is for charging and which cable is for data transfer. It's a real PIA to plug something in and start a transfer only to see the progress bar inch along. I don't like having to pay more for USB 3.1 Gen 1/2, but at least they're good for everything.
The easy solution is to keep data cables short and charging cables long. Most people don't need data transfer longer than a foot (and speed suffers with length), but charging cables should be 6-10ft (with little penalty for length).
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These aren't for IPhone correct?
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