The AngelBird USB Type-C Female to USB Type-A Male Adapter allows you to connect USB Type-C devices to a computer's USB Type-A port. The adapter supports USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports for data transfer rates of up to 10 Gb/s, as well as UASP and TRIM support for optimizing external hard drive functionality. Active Switching Logic adapts to the orientation of the USB Type-C connector, optimizing performance no matter which way you plug it in.
- Connect USB Type-C Devices to a Computer
- Up to 10 Gb/s via USB 3.1 Gen 2
- USAP Support
- TRIM Support
Angelbird USB-C Female to USB-A Male 3.1 Gen ... Overview
Angelbird USB-C Female to USB-A Male 3.1 Gen ... Specs
|Host Connector||USB-C Female|
|Output Connector||1 x USB-A Male|
|Interface||USB 3.1/3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gb/s)|
|Package Weight||0.03 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4 x 2 x 0.01"|
Angelbird USB-C Female to USB-A Male 3.1 Gen ... Reviews
Works as advertised!
Got this to go between an M.2 SSD external case (which only came w/ a USB-C to USB-C cord) and computers that don't have USB-C. Data rate support of full USB 3.1 gen2 was important to avoid limiting the SSDs put in the case and lots of adapters force it down to lower speeds, even USB2.0.
Glad I had one of these on hand.
One day a USB C gen 3 connection failed causing a tethering program to crash as only gen 2 was available. I used this adapter to connect to a USB A gen 3 port to get the job done. It turned out that Microsoft (in their inimitable way) had replaced the manufacturers USB C driver with a generic driver during an update that caused the ASMedia 3142 to provide Gen 2 service only.
Works as Expected
It just works. Unlike the other USB-C to USB-A adapters listed this one supports the USB-C higher speeds.
A Necessary Addition
With tech companies constantly changing the portals having reliable adapters is a must. I found this one to be quite reliable.
Just what I needed
As advertised, does just what it is supposed to to do.
saves me ...
... from having to get two cigarette lighter adapters for my car
Works with Tether
I use this to tether my old laptop to the R3. It seems to work just fine. I don't use it often.
Did what it was supposed to do.
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