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These USB-C to USB-A connectors let you plug in the USB-C end of a charging cable and transform it into a USB-A end. That way you'll be able to use your USB-C cables in so many more situations. Each connector offers a data transfer speed of up to 5 Gbps and supports up to 3A of power output. That means you'll be able to power up your device using these connectors as well.
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