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Nonda USB-C HDMI Foldable Adapter
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Nonda USB-C HDMI Foldable Adapter

Traveling with your work is that much easier with the Nonda USB-C HDMI Foldable Adapter. This foldable adapter plugs into any projector or monitor and supports crisp 4K video without lag or flickering. It is compact and convenient for working on the move, with its 2.1-inch size that fits into any extra space. In addition, the foldable 4-inch cable wraps nicely around the HDMI adapter section, making tangling a thing of the past. Likewise, the durable nylon cable defends against leaks or spills and adds extra protection while in transit. Furthermore, Low Temperature Injection Molding technology stops the adapter from getting hot when it’s in use and extends product lifecycle. If you’re often in need of a USB-C to HDMI adapter, make life simpler by keeping one of these in your bag.

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