USB Type-C is definitely the future in so many ways, not just for standardizing charging cables. This protocol allows both smartphones and computers to use the same connector, and saving you from the need of fumbling with cables all around. The only problem is that transition period currently happening, where either cables exist but adapters don’t, or not enough devices support the product, and for this we have a helping hand.

Google employee Benson Leung is already famous being the company’s software engineer who’s in charge of the team helped drive USB Type-C into Google products like the new Chromebook Pixel. He just prepared an Amazon profile that actually reviews a bevy of USB-Type C cables on the online store. This is definitely handy given the fact that many charger manufacturers haven’t been able to create chargers that match the 5V/4A current that Google requires on its smartphones.

Before you end up paying for a cable that won’t be good for your Nexus, we highly suggest you follow the source link for a little enlightenment.

Source: +Benson Leung, Amazon Profile
Via: Droid Life

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