Do you need everything you can get for power? Or maybe you feel like giving someone a generous loan of consumer electronics charging equipment? Anker has bundled together a 30W USB-C wall charger with a 20,000mAh power bank and 3-ft. Type-C cable on Amazon and has put it on sale for more than 20% off today. Read More
If you're willing to put up with a longer-than-usual wait, you can grab some long and powerful 2-meter (more than 6'6"!) USB-C cables for $3 apiece from Monoprice. Yep, that's about all there needs to be said on that one. Read More
Anker makes some of the best mobile phone accessories around, particularly when it comes to its ever-reliable chargers and cables. Even better when they are discounted, which thankfully is fairly often. Today, Anker is offering a 5-port wall charger with 1 power delivery port discounted by almost 40%, as well as a car charger and a couple of cables. Read More
The focus of today's announcement might have been the new Pixel phones, but Google also had a nice little surprise that accompanied all the hardware-related news. At the bottom of the blog post for the new Pixel phones, Google revealed that it has a new program called "made for Google" which certifies that accessories like cases, cables, and headphones from different manufacturers meet the company's stringent requirements. Read More
Yesterday I reviewed some of Xtorm's USB-C products and came away pleased but not convinced by the prices. It then occurred to me that a little discount could go a long way in making these prices palatable so I reached out to Xtorm and got y'all a 20% coupon code discount. If you were interested in grabbing something from the company, this makes the products more competitive against other brands.
Xtorm makes EU-compatible (EU plug, 220V) hubs, chargers, and cables. The most interesting to me was the Vigor power hub since it marries one USB-C port, one USB QC 3.0 port, 4 regular 2.4A USB ports, and a Qi wireless charging pad on top. Read More
Buying a USB Type-C cable is a lot more complicated than buying microUSB cables used to be. There are various subtle differences in the spec, and a bad cable can even damage your devices. This has led Google engineer Benson Leung to review Type-C accessories in order to draw attention to the ones you shouldn't buy. The latest cable to get Benson's thumbs up is the USB 3.1 Type-C cable from Veckle (formerly iOrange-E). Read More
The world is moving beyond the venerable microUSB cable. USB Type-C is where it's at, and that means you'll need to replace your cables. That brings up two potential issues: you don't want to spend a lot of money, but you also want good cables. Well, the highly regarded Choetech cables are on sale, so that solves that. Read More
Do you own a device that charges via USB Type-C? Do you often find yourself feeling anxiety over finding a USB Type-C cable to charge said device? Is this anxiety causing a lack of sleep, an eye twitch, decreased browsing, or an irritable bowel? If so, then you may be suffering from Type-C cable deficiency. The good news for you is that your favorite deal hunter Jeff has an easy and affordable solution for your ailment. Read More
If you've bought a new Android device in the past six months, chances are pretty good that it charges via USB Type-C. There are some nice advantages to the new charging standard (that I wish was more standardized) but there is also one fairly large disadvantage. USB Type-C cords cost a lot more than their MicroUSB brethren.
That is, if you pay the full price for them. If you pick them up on sale, prices are a bit more tolerable. Today I've got three codes to share with you guys for three different two packs of USB Type-C to Type-A cables. Read More