Again, please note that USB-C is only a new plug type. It does not dictate which version USB it is (1.0, 2.0, 3.0, etc). The cable I am reviewing here is a USB 2.0 cable capable of up to 480 Mbps transfer speeds. If you are only using a cable to charge your device, it doesn't matter which version of USB you get.
In this product review, I also compare it to Anker's competitor, Choetech's USB-C cable.
Choetech USB-C to C 2.0 6.6ft Cable review can be found here.
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