|Computer Memory Type||72-Pin EDO SIMM Memory|
|Compatible Devices||Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone|
|Web Browser Included||No|
|Data Transfer Rate||5 Gigabits Per Second|
|Number of Ports||1|
|Has Auto Focus||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Has Programmable Buttons||No|
|Item model number||R-1201-CB-USB-C-3.1-1M-BK|
|Product Dimensions||29 x 19 x 0.8 cm; 40.8 Grams|
Rankie USB-C to USB-A 3.0 Cable, Type C Charging and Data Transfer, 1m, Black
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- Compatible with tablets and smartphones with a USB Type-C connector including new MacBook, Samsung Galaxy S10/ S10+/ S9/ S9+/ S8/S8+/ Note 9/ Note 8, Huawei P20 Pro/ P20, Google Pixel 2/ Pixel 2 XL, LG G5/ G6, Nintendo Switch and other USB C devices
- Hi-speed USB-C 3.0 Male to Standard Type A USB 3.0 Data sync, charging, Video. Audio 4in1 cable. The maximum data transfer rate up to 10GBit/s, USB 3.0 standard
- Reversible Design: Smaller, smarter and more convenient! Low-profile connector with a reversible design simplifies the connection; Plug and unplug easily without checking for the connector orientation
- New type-C connector, connector connecting line via the 3A current, charges phones and tablets with USB-C ports at high speed
- Top quality design and High-quality materials to ensure reliability and security
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Color: 3.1 USB-C to USB-A Verified Purchase
Following the work Benson Leung has been doing inspired me to investigate the cables I've purchased, and I've found that the Rankie cables absolutely disappoint and they are not built to the USB spec, and done so in a way that is dangerous to the device providing power.
The methodology I used on this cable was to use my Nexus 5x in developer mode and connect to my PC and use the "adb shell dmesg" command to dump the system log. The Nexus 5x and 6p devices will both have the following line in them:
dwc3 f9200000.dwc3: Avail curr from USB = nnnn
The "nnnn" part is the current that the device is told that it can take from the USB port. When connected to a USB 2.0 port this number should never be above 500 and when connected to a USB 3.0 port never above 900; USB chargers with a Type A socket should give a reporting of up to 2100 based on the rating of the power adapter; but it should not report above the power adapter. A second quick test you can do with a Nexus 5x or 6p is hook the phone up to a hub that you don't mind risking (don't do this to a USB port on a PC; damaging a USB port is an expensive repair) and see if it says "Charging" or "Charging rapidly". If you are hooked into a USB hub you should never see the phrase "Charging rapidly". If the phone is trying to charge rapidly from a hub you risk damage at the fault of the non-spec compliant cable.
Here is the Reddit posted compliance spreadsheet someone created from Benson's research https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wJwqv3rTNmORXz-XJsQaXK1dl8I91V4-eP_sfNVNzbA/edit#gid=0&vpid=A2
Reviewed in the United States on 4 January 2016
Now I'm not sure if I would trust using this cable.
They seem like good cables and work perfectly for data transfer, but if you're attempting to charge a Nexus 5X, beware