Belkin USB-C to USB-A Adapter (F2CU036BTBLK)
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- USB-C male output and USB-A female input help connect your flash drives, keyboards, mice, and other devices to USB-C compatible devices such as Macbook and Chromebook Pixel
- Up to 5Gbps data transfer speeds mean you can quickly transfer your files to your laptop from external storage devices such as portable hard disks and pen drives
- Supports up to 3 amps of charging output for powering up your USB-C compatible devices
- Reversible USB-C connector provides easy plug-in, even when it's upside down
- 3.0 USB-C to USB-A Adapter
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Of the 921 reviewers who responded, 892 would recommend this product.
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- Solid Product- April 7, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This device is a good extension on any USB-C phone. It easily allows you to upload and download files between devices, connect an external hard drive, or even charge another device. I used this with a pair of USB headphones, it transferred plenty fast to support high quality audio to that device. There was no stuttering, and playback went on without any issues. The flexible cable is much more convenient than the small adapter you can attach to the bottom of your device, as it lets you position much more conveniently. Overall, I have had no issues with this product, and its nice that it supports USB 3.0 as well.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very solid but light weight and short adapter!- April 4, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Very nice short style adapter that is a great solid, thick and light weight cable adapter that should last a very long time! It has worked perfectly the first time I plug something into it and I have not experienced any issues with transfer speed or recognition of anything USB related. I love how when I initially plug the adapter into the electronic device it responds with a click sound reassuring me that the cable is intact and it won’t just fall out or disconnect with random movements. Final note - this adapter is very well made and has reassuring weight to it which reflects the higher quality materials that we all want when spending our hard earned money. The plug and socket are both very well designed and constructed. The cable section is insulated well and has just enough flexibility to lessen the pressure from the connectors. This is the cable that you are looking for so click buy now!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Easy to use and works as expected- April 13, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This USB-C to USB-A adapter worked great to be able to access files from my USB thumb drive using my cell phone. It was easy to use and worked without any issues. I've used Belkin products in the past so I fully expect this adapter to hold up with use. The connections on either end fit snuggly and the pins made a good connection without any delays.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Works with PC Gamepads/FightPads/FightSticks- December 9, 2016
Not all Type-C OTG adapters work for gamepads on tablet and smartphone devices. The Insignia one on this site does not, it's also half the cost. Other than price there's nothing to tell them apart... But the higher price point shows here in quality. I've tried multiple adapters, Samsung, Insignia, Anker... But -only- with Belkin did my phone recognize my HORI Fightpad and my MadCatz TE stick. Worth the investment to ease frustrating purchases. The USB-C world is still a little renegade, and it's hard to trust manufacturers these days to cover all the bases, even niche ones like mine. Belkin came through this time. Good work.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Perfect for legacy devices on new hardware- June 18, 2021
With my new iMac, I only get USB Type C connectors, despite that I still have Type A connectors on my devices; This little gadget makes it possible to use those older devices with my new computer. I actually bought two of them--one is for the USB hub I previously purchased, since its main connector is Type A, and the other is for spare devices like some of my outsized flash drives (which normally would have trouble fitting into a port due to their shape and size). Although this adapter is much shorter than Apple's own item, it costs less and does the job perfectly well in its own right. It's just right for certain tasks involving legacy devices on new hardware.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.