What you need to know
- Hyper has three new MFi USB-C to Lightning cables for you to choose from.
- The cables are designed to for durability and able to live up to life's tests.
- Cables include a lanyard, a keychain, and a super tough cable deisgned for the rough and tumble.
Hyper already has plenty of accessories for you to choose from but it has three new products that are designed to make sure you always have a cable handy when it's needed.
All of the cables are MFi compliant so you know that they'll work with your devices without causing any problems. And to top it off they're all built using bulletproof nylon. These things aren't likely to fall apart any time soon.
There are three different cables to choose from, including a lanyard priced at $28.
Next up is a toughened cable that is apparently able to withstand a huge amount of tension. It costs $30 and is the most costly of the new cables.
Finally we have the keychain cable. It's probably the one that most people will choose, epecially if carrying keys around is something they do on the daily. It's also the least costly, weighing in at $25.
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