Sync & Charge Cables

Beautifully designed from high quality materials, Verbatim Sync & Charge Cables transfer files to and from your mobile device and any PC with a USB port while simultaneously charging your device, eliminating charging downtime. Durable and tangle-free, Verbatim Sync & Charge Cables are available in multiple lengths and with options for both Apple and Android devices.
 
 
 
 
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microUSB Cables with Lightning Adapter
 

microUSB Cables with Lightning Adapter

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Beautifully designed, the Verbatim Sync & Charge microUSB Cable with Lightning Adapter transfers files to and from your microUSB or Lightning device, and any PC with a USB port while simultaneously charging your device, eliminating charging downtime. The microUSB cable comes with an attached Lightning adapter, making this cable also compatible with your Apple devices*. MFi certified, the cable is designed for use with Apple products, ensuring the highest quality and reliability. The Verbatim Sync & Charge Cable can deliver 2.1 Amps, making it ideal for charging tablets, and great for charging smartphones. This cable is also great for charging other microUSB devices, such as e-Readers and Bluetooth headsets. Made from high-grade materials, the cable itself is durable and tangle-free.

*Device must have lightning port. Compatible with iPhone 5 and later, iPod Touch 5th generation and later, iPod Nano 7th generation and later, iPad 4th generation and later, and iPad mini.

 
 
 
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