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1Cables – Turn Your Smartphone Into A Computer

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4.7?
Discovered on 2016-11-23

1Cables is the world’s first, smart data sync cable. It breaks the limitations on cell phone operating systems by connecting to multiple devices with a single cable through a unique, 2-in-1, male/female switchable connector designed for smartphones. For instance, it can connect your cell phone to a camera to sync photos and videos; it can also connect your cell phone to many other external, expanding devices such as a mouse, a keyboard or a gaming controller. It can even connect your cell phone to another cell phone that is running out of battery and charge it up. It makes your cell phone work like a computer. As a transformative USB connector, 1Cables’s unlimited function extension is made possible by its instant transformation between male and female with a single switch. Push the button down to switch to a female USB connector — now it becomes an unlimited, multifunction cable that can connect to many external devices. Push the button up to switch to a male USB connector and restore to the original data sync cable. Make your smartphone work like a computer now!

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Overview & Specs
Connector Type :
A1 (Type-C), A2 (Lightning), A3 (Micro USB + Lightning)
Color :
Black, Pink, Gold
Estimated Delivery :
Dec 2016
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glynis
glynis

This looks really interesting but the photos confuse me. What does this cable actually look like? I see people with devices and the devices have a cable attached, but no idea where the smart cable starts & finishes.