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1 x USB Type-C OTG adapter

Simpler, Faster and More Powerful
It support USB 3.1 OTG (on the go) function and it will establish communication link between OTG compatible devices (MacBook 12 inch, Google Chrome Book Pixel, etc.) and hard drive, mouse, some digital camera, etc. Then you can use your USB-C OTG phone (act as a host) to get data, video and audio from cell phone or hard drive without using a computer.

Specific:

Connector A: USB Type A Female;
Connector B: USB Type C Male;
Specification: USB Type C 3.1, and USB Type A 3.0;
Date Speed: Up to 5Gbps
Compatible with USB 3.1/ 3.0/ 2.0/ 1.1/ 1.0
Plug and play, no external drives required.

Compatible Devices:
Mac book 12 inch
Google Nexus 5X
Google Nexus 5P,
Chrome book Pixel 2
Toshiba Satellite Radius 12.5 inch
HP Elite Book 705G3 /725/ 745 / 755
Lumia 950
Lumia 950X
Xiaomi M5 / 4s / 4c / 2 SE
HuaWei


Important Note: It supports OTG function for connecting to USB Peripherals, NOT for power charging.

 

Compatible Model:

Google Nexus 5X
Google Nexus 6P
Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung Galaxy S8+
Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Google Pixel
BlackBerry DTEK60
Samsung Galaxy Note 7
Sony Xperia XZ
Sony Xperia X Compact F5321
Xiaomi Mi 5
Xiaomi Mi 4s
Xiaomi Mi 4c
Xiaomi Mi 5s
Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus
Xiaomi Mi MIX
Xiaomi Mi Note 2
Microsoft Lumia 950
Microsoft Lumia 950 XL
ZTE Axon Max
ZTE Grand X 3
ZTE Axon 7
ZTE Grand X Max 2
ZTE Zmax Pro, Z981
ZTE Axon 7 Mini
ZTE Grand X 4
HP Elite x3
LG G5
LG V20
Gionee S6
Lenovo Zuk Z1
Lenovo Phab 2 Pro
Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 Plus
Lenovo Miix 510
OnePlus 2
OnePlus 3

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