Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2015
Hi. This is Benson from Google again. I am an Engineer on the Pixel team at Google and have been reviewing USB cables and adapters for compatibility with Pixel and Nexus devices.

FRiEQ's USB 3.1 Type A to USB Type-C cable meets the USB Type-C specification. It correctly uses a 56K' pullup resistor to identify itself as "Default USB Power" meaning that Type-C devices connected to this cable will safely charge from whatever USB Type-A port you plug the other end into.

Of note with this cable is that it is a SuperSpeed cable, meaning that the cable contains all of the wires necessary to support USB 3.1 at 5gbps. This cable can be used with the new MacBook for example in Target Disk Mode, which requires SuperSpeed.

This is the first SuperSpeed cable of this kind that I have found on Amazon that is *also* USB Spec compliant.
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