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    Official Google Pixel/XL/C Quick Fast Charger (USB A to C)


    Price: $9.99
    (as of Feb 29,2020 03:29:40 UTC – Details)



    Specifications Dimensions Adapter: Port USB-C Power 18W with USB Power Delivery What’s in the box 18W USB-C Power Adapter with Power Delivery USB-C to USB-A cable (USB 2.0)

                    <br>TYPE C Google Cable Compatible with :Apple New Macbook 12 inch, Google Chromebook Pixel, Nokia N1 tablet, OnePlus 2, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P,Microsoft 950/950s,YiJia Mobile, Moto Z, LeTV mobile, XiaoMi 4C, HuaWei, and more Compatible with: Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+/Galaxy Tab S3 and more...<br>Brand New Original By Google TYPE C Pin to A USB<br>Wait no more — or at least a lot less. Plug in the 18W Power Adapter designed with USB Power Delivery to charge your USB-CTM enabled devices quickly.1,Long, detachable USB-C cable No more sitting down right next to the power outlet. Charge your device with a lengthy 1.8 meter cable. For added convenience, the USB 2.0 cable also detaches from the adapter.<br>Compatible with Google Pixel,Google Pixel XL,Google Pixel C Tab and Compatible with more TYPE C Smart Phone or Tab
    

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