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Product description

Size:2 pack

L-shaped Type C Male to Female Adapter is design to work with devices having tight spaces behind your computer, laptop, monitor, charging point and etc. It protects your cable from bending. Sturdy plastic housing well protects your connection against hits and bumps.
Type C USB 3.1 Right Angle adapter supports USB 3.1 with high speed data sync and 100W power charging. This adapter is compact, light-weight and portable.
Package content: 2 Pcs of Type C USB 3.1 Right Angle adapter

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