Type-C 3.1 cable from RND, fast, reliable and affordable
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Type-C 3.1 cable from RND, fast, reliable and affordable

Type-C 3.1 cable from RND, fast, reliable and affordable is the perfect cable for anyone. RND isn’t new and they’ve been around for a while, although many may not know of them, they supply a variety of accessories. My previous review focused on a USB-C to A dock and this time I’m going to check and provide you some feedback about this Type-C cable.

What is this all about? It’s about RND Certified Fast Charging 3 amp USB Type-C to Type C (1 Meter/ 3.3 Feet). Ok, but beyond that what else? This cable is capable of delivering a blazing 10Gbps data transfer speeds, but in all reality, you’ll probably never reach that at home. Suffice it to say it’s “FAST”. It will also be able to deliver audio and video signals via DisplayPort technology. Forget separate USB and DisplayPort cables. Type-C can do it all.

There, now you know what a Type-C 3.1 cable can do. This is the next generation of cables you’ll need. Forget what you knew, this is going to be the standard, it should have been the standard 2 years ago.

RND currently offers the cable for $14,99 at a discounted rate of 25%. Definitely not a bad purchase if you are looking for a Type-C cable.

I’m currently using it with a Choetech USB-C power block and my Nexus 6P is Fast Charging.

Type-C 3.1 cable from RND, fast, reliable and affordableType-C 3.1 cable from RND, fast, reliable and affordableType-C 3.1 cable from RND, fast, reliable and affordable

Visit RND Accessories and check them out. www.androidcoliseum.com

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