Updated Aug 19/19
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USB-C Cables and Adapters
USB-C to SATA Adapter
Lets you attach SSDs to your computer with USB-C.
StarTech USB-C to HDMI Adapter - $45 - in
StarTech USB-C (24 pin) Male input to VGA (15 pin) Female output - $45 - in stock
StarTech USC-C Male to DisplayPort Female - 6ft - $45 - in stock
OWC USB Type C to Type A Adapter - $12 - in
Connect your current USB Type-A devices to computers and hubs with a USB Type-C port. The OWC USB Type-A to USB Type-C adapter allows you to connect your current USB Type-A devices to computers and hubs with a USB Type-C port.
While USB Type-C is the latest USB interface standard, delivering improved power, bandwidth and performance in a two-way reversible connector, USB Type-A is the most ubiquitous connector in use today and the two connectors are not compatible. The OWC USB Type-A to USB Type-C adapter bridges this connectivity gap between USB Type-A and USB Type-C.
StarTech USB-C to USB3-A M-M Cable
(USB31AC50CM) 18" - $17 - in stock
(USB31AC1M) 3' - $19 - in stock
Attach USB-C devices to regular USB3 ports, or vice-versa.
StarTech USB-C to USB2-A M-M Cable
(USB2AC2M) 6' - $19 - in stock
(USB2AC4M) 13' - $27 - in stock
Attach USB-C devices to regular USB2 or 3 ports, or vice-versa. Note: this cable is USB2 not 3, so anything attached to it will go at USB 2 speeds, which is fine for keyboards, DaVinci Resolve panels, etc, but not great for hard drives.
StarTech USB-C to USB-C (USB3)
Startech 50 cm/18" USB-C Male to USB-C Male - $25 - in stock
(USB31CC50CM) 18" C-C cable that runs at 10 Gbps and USB3.1 speeds.
Startech 1m/3 ft USB-C Male to USB-C Male - $35 - in stock
(USB31C5C1M) 3' C-C cable that runs at 10 Gbps and USB3.1 speeds and gives 5A for power charging.
Startech 2m/6' USB-C Male to USB-C Male - $32 - in stock
(USB315CC2M) 6' C-C cable that runs at 5 Gbps and USB3.0 and gives 3A for power charging.
StarTech USB-C to USB-C (USB2)
USB-C to USB-C 3m/10' - $20 - in stock
(USB2CC3M) This cable is C to C, but runs at USB2 speeds, so not great for hard drives, but good for peripherals, such as the Blackmagic Resolve panels, that don't require the speed of USB3.