USB-C to USB-C Cable
USB-C to USB-C Cable
USB-C to USB-C Cable - uni USB-C Charge Cable [5A] for MacBook Pro 2017 / 2016, MacBook, Galaxy S9 / S8 Plus, Note 8, Pixelbook, Pixel, Pixel 2, Nexus 5X / 6P and More
【Maximum Speed Charge】- With E-Marker and USB Power Delivery, supports up to 100W(20V@5A) fast charging for all USB-C devices; especially for your 2016/2017 15-inch MacBook Pro
【Rapid Charging】- Supports rapid charging for most Android phones, like Google Pixel, Nexus 5X / 6P, Essential Phone and others
【Extra Length】- 10ft or 6.6ft, longer than OEM 3.3ft USB-C cord. Reliable backup/extra cable while in school, at home, and at work. UL certified TPE material to prevent open/short circuit situation.
【Universal Compatibility】- Compatible with all your USB-C devices including MacBook Pro 15, MacBook Pro 13, MacBook 12, Pixelbook, Google Pixel, Nexus 5X/6P and many others
Products In Action
-10ft/3m or 6.6ft/2m, Plastic TPE, White
-USB PD 2.0, charge up to 100W(20V@5A)
-USB 2.0, up to 480Mbps data transfer
-Compatible with 2017/2016 15-inch MacBook Pro, for max charging requirement
Q: Is this a charge only cable? Or it can be used for data as well?
A: It's both charge an data sync/transfer. It's USB 2.0 standard, up to 480Mbps data transfer rate, fast enough to handle most work just fine
Q: What's the difference between a 3A cable and a 5A USB-C cable?
A: For MacBook Pro 15/13(2016 or 2017), 5A cables are required for maximum charging speed. 3A cables with E-Marker should be fine for 13-inch MacBook Pro, however, most 3A cables don't have E-Marker built-in, which could potentially damage your devices. Plus, this 5A cable is downward compatible, charging all USB-C phones and tablets with full speed - rapid charging
Q: Is it TB3 cable? For 15-inch and 13-inch MacBook Pro, Apple recommends thunderbolt 3(USB-C) ports for optimal charging performance.
A: It's not TB3 cable. The specs are exactly the same as the original Apple USB-C charge cable: up to 5A current, USB2.0, with E-Marker and Power Delivery, compatible with MacBook Pro 15/13 and MacBook 12. Compared to TB3 cable, this cable only supports up to 480Mbps data transfer
Q: Do you have to buy a separate USB-C charge cable? Does it not come with the Apple MacBook Pro AC Power Adapter(when purchased separately)?
A: Yes, you have to buy a separate USB-C cable. For MacBook Pro 13/15 and MacBook 12, the USB-C cable doesn't come with the USB-C Power Adapter
Q: Does the cable fit tight and snug into the MacBook without getting all wobbly with time like cheap ones do?
A: This connector fits perfectly with most type-c power adapters. It is designed to meet type-c compliance standards: 6.65mm（+0.3mm, -0.1mm)
Q: Does this cable support video over USB-C?
A: NO. Only charge and data transfer. To support video, you will need a USB 3.1 GEN 2, full feature cable