- Connect older USB devices to new USB-C ports
- Light, flexible and durable design
- Doesn't block nearby ports
With a USB-C to USB adaptor, you can plug your old phone, mouse, hard drive or keyboard into your new computer's USB-C port. The adaptor allows you to use, charge and transfer data between devices as usual, and its slim design means it doesn't block nearby ports when the adaptor's connected to the computer.
Many new computers and tablets now use USB-C as a standard connection and some don't even have a standard USB port any more. In order to be able to plug your older USB devices into a USB-C port, you need an adaptor.
The small adaptor is very easy to use. Insert the adaptor into your computer's USB-C port. Then plug your old device into the standard USB port in the adaptor. The small adaptor requires no installation and is ready for use as soon as you connect your devices.
The adaptor supports speeds of up to 5 Gbps, making it great for performing backups or transferring larger files. The adaptor supports backward compatibility and works with the Apple USB SuperDrive. The adaptor does not support video outputs.
The woven fabric cable cover prevents the cable from breaking and makes the adaptor exceptionally durable.
USB-A connector: 3 cm x 2 cm x 0.1 cm
USB-C connector: 3.5 cm x 1 cm x 0.5 cm
Length of cable: 10.5 cm
Weight: about 17 grams
Connection: USB-C (male) to USB-A (female)
Speed: up to 5 Gbps (approx. 625 Mbps)
The adaptor does not support video outputs.