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Short connection is the most convenient for laptop users as you do not have much desk space for the cable to lay around and entangle with other things. The connections for this cable are tight and easy to insert.
Avevo bisogno di cavi USB-C a USB-A necessariamente veloci. Ho provato il cavo con HardDisk M.2 in contenitore Sabrent, dotato solo di cavo USB.C. ....è risultato velocissimo!!! Questo è il test (DiskSpeedBlackmagic) che ho fatto (i valori penso siano i limiti del case) - USB.A.3.1 Gen1 Read / Write 410 / 409 Mbps - USB.A.3.1 Gen2 Read / Write 881 / 864 Mbps Vista l'offerta di tre pezzi a prezzo concorrenziale è stato un acquisto perfetto. Dopo una ricerca estenuante (ci sono un'infinità di prodotti dove le indicazioni non sono chiare e molto confuse) e acquisti scadenti per fortuna ho trovato questi Sabrent.
Si necesitas cables de poco tamaño, estos son excelente idea por el precio. Son MUY resistentes, no había tenido nunca un cable usb tan grueso. Cargan a velocidad completa un celular con Supercarga de Huawei (20w) y otro QC 3.0 (18w). Como recordatorio, miden c/u 30cm
Cables are well built. I purchased these to add a couple of external hard drives to my wife's new M1 iMac. I have had nothing but good luck with Sabrent products in the past. Unfortunately, the USB-C male connector doesn't work in any of the four ports in her new iMac, nor mine. Ironically, using a USB-C female to USB-A male adapter works in our USB hubs (A configuration) and a USB A male to male cable works in the iMac's ports with a USB-A female to USB-C male adapter. I know that some USB-C male connectors are picky about orientation, so I tried both directions in all eight of our ports, but these cables just did'nt want to work. I had hoped to avoid using the adapters, but it looks like it's the way forward, unless we can find some other brand of short USB-A male to USB-C male cables that make friends with our iMac's ports. For now, I'm returning these.
I'm really disappointed in how loose the type-C connector fits. It physically locks in and doesn't fall out, but it still wiggles enough that every time I move the device it loses the electrical connection. Really annoying for trying to use my phone while charging. Tolerable when charging or tethering my 4G hotspot though.
I purchased all 3 lengths (1ft, 3ft, 6ft) when my work phone was upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S8. Previously, I'd been using Sabrent's 22AWG USB-2.0 micro-USB cables and I absolutely loved those. So I was really happy to see these available, but the connector has definitely been a let-down. The cables that came with the phone and hotspot, and even some el cheapo micro-USB to type-C adapters all fit 100% snug with no wiggle room. Honestly, if I could USB 3.0 speeds and fast-charging with the el cheapo adapters on the old cables, I'd just stick with those. The main reason I bought these cables wasn't because the adapters were a hassle (they have a keychain so they stay with the cable when not in use; makes the cable dual-purpose).
On that same note, I will add that the stock charger that came with my Samsung Galaxy S8 does not seem to like these cables and will only slow-charge with them. You read that correctly, it isn't even a normal charge, it pops up a message warning that it is charging slowly. Using one of the old Sabrent 22AWG USB 2.0 micro-USB cables (of any length) with Samsung's provided micro-USB o type-C adapter works fine to get fast-charging out of the S8 charger. I'm not really sure exactly what the issue here is though, because these type-C cables work fine with other fast/quick-charge chargers, like the one that came with my old Galaxy S6 and the one that came with my Verizon MiFi.
Anyways, the cables still have all the qualities that made me fall in love with the old micro-USB Sabrent cables: They're very thick and sturdy, large internal wire gauge, and they have velcro wraps attached to each cable. The velcro is a huge selling point for me since I keep several cables in my laptop bag for various devices and I like to keep my bag well-organized. If you have Sabrent's micro-USB cables, note that these are slightly thicker and a good bit stiffer. I assume this is because there are additional conductors required for USB 3.0 support. Also note that the sleeve is a braided fabric.