We're putting USB Type-C connectors on everything these days: phones, tablets, laptops, accessories - you name it. The latest USB-C product on the market comes in the form of the YubiKey 4C Nano, an astonishingly tiny authentication key that retails for $60. If you've got a laptop with a USB-C port and like to have additional security, this is absolutely worth taking a look at. Read More
Sometimes it's all about convenience, and what's more convenient than tossing your phone onto a wireless charger? If that sentiment strikes a chord with you, then this giveaway is likely to please. Right now Android Police and Choetech are giving 20 lucky winners a Choetech wireless fast charger, as well as their choice of either a USB-C to DisplayPort cable, or a USB-C to HDMI cable.
Whether you prefer things wireless or connected, either way, there's something to love. And if you don't want to wait for the giveaway to end, you can even pick up both the USB-C to HDMI and USB-C to DisplayPort cables now without exclusive coupon codes. Read More
With cloud storage solutions becoming increasingly popular these days, we're using things like flash drives less and less. However, local storage does still have its place, and USB flash drives can come in handy when you're not connected to the Internet. As part of Amazon's Deal of the Day, 64GB and 128GB models of Samsung's USB Type-C 3.1 flash drives are just $23.99 and $42.99, respectively. Read More
Anker is running a decent little sale over on Amazon. Right now you can pick up a six-foot durable braided USB-C cable for just $10, a 20,000mAh battery for $41.99, a USB-C mini-dock with 2 USB, 4KHDMI, SD Card slot, and Ethernet for $62.99, and a tiny cubic Bluetooth speaker for $16.59.
More and more of us are getting devices that use USB-C cables for charging and data transfer every day. That means your stash of microUSB cables compiled over the years will do you no good when it comes to the various "charging stations" you might have set up at home and work.
If you can relate, this giveaway is for you. Each of the 28 winners will get 4 (!) 6-foot long, braided cables from Brexlink. Read More
The USB Promoter Group has just announced the USB 3.2 spec update with one major change over USB 3.1: multi-lane operation on hosts and devices and thus double the bandwidth on existing SuperSpeed Type-C cables.
With USB 3.1, both hosts and devices were designed for single-lane use. The SuperSpeed cables, however, were designed with multi-lane in mind, but weren't able to make use of it because the devices they connected to on both ends didn't support it. Thanks to USB 3.2, upcoming certified hosts and devices will support multi-lane operation so existing cables can benefit from double the speed when connected to them. Read More
USB Type-C cables can be expensive, especially if you're trying to find one that won't fry your gadgets. If you're short on them at the moment, we've got just the deal for you. One of Veckle's Type-C to Type-C cables is just $14 on Amazon ($3 off the usual price), once you apply a coupon code at checkout. Read More
You know what's better than a deal? A triple deal. Amazon's Gold Box offers for today are all about SanDisk memory and in there are three nice deals for those of us with Android phones.
First is the Ultra 256GB MicroSDXC UHS-I card with adapter. While this isn't the new fancy U3 card, it's still plenty fast with transfer speeds up to 95MB/s. Last we saw it, it was down from $200 to $135 on Amazon, but it had once reached $120 at B&H in limited quantities. Now it's back again at that same price of $119.99 on Amazon, which is its cheapest at the retailer according to CamelCamelCamel. Read More
Amazon has a pretty good deal today on a 4-pack of microUSB adapters. These particular units are originally $7.99, but through the magic of Slickdeals and the associated promo code (2YZPICHF) an extra $3.04 can be knocked off. And the difference between having $3 and needing $3 is $6, more than these cost on sale! See, you're making money. Read More