ASAP X-Connect USB Cable

Oct 10, 2016

Category: Tech

Up until now, proprietary charging technology on our phones has made it impossible for us to charge our phones with anything other than the specific device provided by the phone’s maker- whether that’s Samsung or Apple. It doesn’t have to be that way. Thanks to ASAP Technologies’ newest product – the X-Connect, you can soon use your friend’s Android charger to power up your iPhone.

Coated in 18k gold, the design of these cables utilizes adapters that convert Lightning, USB-C or Micro USB ports into a cross-compatible prong connector. And, not only is this capable of charging whatever phone you need – but it’s also equipped with two of the world’s strongest N52 grade neodymium magnets to more easily click the braided cable into your device of choice. While this surely won’t end the war between between smartphone makers, it will make charging our different devices a lot more simple. Expect the cables to sell for $40 when they hit the retail scene. [Purchase]

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