Moshi Xync Micro-USB 2.0 Keychain

BH #MOXKCSCHMC • MFR #99MO023051
Moshi
Moshi Xync Micro-USB 2.0 Keychain
Key Features
  • Connects Micro-USB to USB Type-A Devices
  • Sliding Connector Design
  • Tuck-Away Cable Design
  • Hidden Compartment for SIM Storage
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The Moshi Xync Micro-USB 2.0 Keychain eliminates having to carry an extra cable when you're on the road. It features a tuck-away micro-USB cable and a sliding USB Type-A connector. Attach it to your keyring or bag when not in use, and remove it to connect your micro-USB device to your laptop or USB charger. When you're done, simply retract the USB Type-A connector and tuck away the micro-USB cable. There's also a hidden storage compartment with one Micro SIM and one Nano SIM card slot as well as a SIM eject tool.
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Moshi USB-A Male to USB Micro-B Male 2.0 Overview

The Moshi Xync Micro-USB 2.0 Keychain eliminates having to carry an extra cable when you're on the road. It features a tuck-away micro-USB cable and a sliding USB Type-A connector. Attach it to your keyring or bag when not in use, and remove it to connect your micro-USB device to your laptop or USB charger. When you're done, simply retract the USB Type-A connector and tuck away the micro-USB cable. There's also a hidden storage compartment with one Micro SIM and one Nano SIM card slot as well as a SIM eject tool.

  • Sliding USB port for a sleek and compact design
  • Hidden compartment for SIM cards (1 micro, 1 nano) and eject tool storage
  • Reinforced zinc-alloy frame for maximum durability and wear resistance
  • Snap-hook design easily latches and detaches from your keyring or bag
UPC: 810648012163

Moshi USB-A Male to USB Micro-B Male 2.0 Specs

InterfaceUSB 2.0 (480 Mb/s)
Connector 1USB Type-A Male
Connector 2USB Micro-B Male
Cable TypeCable
Variable LengthNo
Weight0.1 lb / 0.04 kg
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