MEIGO USB C Cable USB 3.0 Type C and Micro USB

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The phone charger comes with 2 plug ins one is a C type and the other is a micro B usb charge. I will tell you what the difference it in the C type and the B type.


Physically, the Type-C port and connector are about the same size as those of the Micro-B USB mentioned above. A Type-C port measures just 8.4 by 2.6mm. This means it’s small enough to work for even the smallest peripheral devices. With Type-C, both ends of a USB cable are the same, allowing for reversible plug orientation. You also don’t need to worry about plugging it in upside down as it will function both ways.

Since 2015, USB-C has been widely adapted and used in many phones and tablets  Many new storage devices also use USB-C ports instead of a USB-B port. Almost all devices that support USB 3.1 use the USB-C port. USB 3.1 has a top speed of 10Gbps and can deliver a power output of up to 20 volts (100 watts) and 5 amps. When you consider most 15-inch laptops require just around 60 watts of power, this means in the future they will be charged the way phones are now, via their little USB port. Apple’s new MacBook has just one USB-C port as the sole peripheral and power port.

Type-C USB also allows for bidirectional power, so apart from charging the peripheral device, when applicable, a peripheral device could also charge a host device. All this means you can do away with an array of proprietary power adapters and USB cables, and move to a single robust and tiny solution that works for all devices. Type-C USB will significantly cut down the a amount of wires currently needed to make devices work.


Typically, the Type-B connector is the other end of a standard USB cable that plugs into peripheral device (such as a printer, a phone or an external hard drive). It’s also known as Type B-male. On the peripheral device, the USB port is called Type B-female.

Since the peripheral devices vary a great deal in shape and size, the Type-B connector and its respective port also come in many different designs. Up to now there have been five popular designs for the USB Type-B’s plugs and connectors. And since the Type-A end of a USB cable remains the same, the Type-B end is used to determine the name of the cable itself.

Mini-USB (or Mini-B USB): Significantly smaller, the Mini-USB Type-B ports are found in older portable devices, such as digital cameras, phone and older portable drives. This design is now close to obsolete.

Micro-USB (or Micro-B USB): Slightly smaller than Mini-USB, the Micro-USB Type-B port is currently being replaced by USB-C as the charging and data port for latest phone and tablets.



You can connect the mini b type to the c type and you have a phone charger. It’s a 2 in one and that is nice.

– Lifetime Commitment: MEIGO offer unconditional replacement within 2 months and 18 months warranty. Please feel free to contact us and we will resolve your issue in 24 hours
– Reliable Capacity: MEIGO USB C Cable adopts seamless molded connector and standard 56 kilohom resistor to ensure incredible stability and safety.Data syncing speed of Type C USB 3.0 ups to 480Mb/s and is 10 times faster than USB 2.0
– Great Convenience: USB C Cable with 6.6ft long makes long range charging possible.Besides, Micro USB can let you charge different types of cellphones
– Fast Charging: One Unique character of USB C Cable is fast charging.The speed is about 2 times faster comparing to the previous cable and so time can be greatly saved
– Extreme Durable: MEIGO Nylon Braided USB C Cable passes a tested 5000+ bend lifespan.Owing to special process,Nylon Braided. USB C Cable can be used much longer than normal PVC and is not easily deformed.

This will cost you $ 8.99 


                                   WHERE TO GET IT ? HERE : Amazon


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