Drop USB-C to USB-C Cable
Drop USB-C to USB-C Cable
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The Drop USB-C to USB-C Cable is specially made to connect external hardware to Drop keyboards, like the CTRL, ALT, SHIFT, and Mercury Rocketeer. These keyboards each feature onboard USB-C ports to ensure fast connections for programming, backlight customization, and other vital connectivity tasks Read More

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Jappan07
0
Nov 17, 2020
I have tried suing a usb c to usb c cable for my drop entr keyboard. The cable actually doesn't do anything. The keyboard doesn't turn on. I have even tried with the apple usb c to usb c cable.
tad44
14
Dec 23, 2020
Turns out Drop ENTR keyboard doesn't work with any USB-C to USB-C cable: https://drop.com/buy/drop-entr-mechanical-keyboard/talk/2708253?utm_source=linkshare&referer=MSKRP7
Jappan07
0
Dec 23, 2020
Yaaa thats with most of the kbs out there
FAC51
0
Oct 16, 2020
QualityUSB C cable that I use to charge my iPad Pro and USB C on my MacBook Pro. Hope it Lasts more than 6 months!
CR31
40
Sep 11, 2020
International shipping for a $100 watch = $3.50, a $12 cable = $17. right.
davisarens
1
Sep 10, 2020
Does this cable only work for drop products, or is it universal? I got one recently, and when I plug my keyboard in to the computer, nothing happens, even though it works for my phone and everything else, and other cables can work with my keyboard no problem. Can someone please tell me what's going on?
MeanEYE
410
Oct 7, 2020
They don't state it's just for charging, so assumption is that it's universal. Some manufacturers like to go extra cheap on people and skip data cables, which is why your keyboard didn't work but it still charged your phone.
Grnmo
41
Jul 17, 2020
Does this support Thunderbolt 3.0 and USB 3.0? Thanks.
Hyman
29
Sep 10, 2020
going to assume usb 2.0 based on their description. "Engineered with USB 2.0 technology and a 2.4A current rating, the Drop USB-C to USB-C Cable is perfect for connecting USB-C-equipped keyboards to MacBooks, new PC laptops, and smartphones like the Google Pixel."
MeanEYE
410
Oct 7, 2020
So it's average or below with above average price. Meh?
ClarkCizar
3
Jun 16, 2020
Is it better than anker ?
SJLR
0
Nov 6, 2020
I know this is a lot later, but the answer is "it depends". USB 2.0 is still USB 2.0 whether or not Anker offers it. Anker does offer USB 3.0 cables (generally higher data transfer rates). Just gotta read the specs and you can find a cable that suits your needs!
NotABot
359
May 20, 2020
Isn't buying a USB C - USB C cable without a Power Delivery certification kind of limiting? For around the same price you'd be getting a nice braided Anker Powerline +, just as capable as connecting your keyboard, but also capable of powering your 60W laptop of a high power charger.
zanzabar
22
Jun 1, 2020
it seems really dangerous to have a type C cable laying around that is rated for 2.4A. That is under spec and shows that they ether ripped stock used for type b or lightning cables and put type C ends on it, or are incompetent. This is like seeing the A to C cables claiming more than 1A charge speeds. You mentioned anchor, but these look like the mono price OEM cables you can add screen printing to with a pallet sized order. Those are rated for 4A5V or 3A20V.
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griponreality
141
Mar 6, 2020
Reading this thread through, it doesn't seem like there's much discussion on how weird the ALT is with regard to type c to type c cables. I've tried it with a litany of cables and have had really mixed, mostly negative results. Have tried 20 pin magnetic attachments (which don't seem to initiate a device handshake or something when they become disconnected, ruining the utility), 3.0, 3.1 gen 1, 3.1 gen 2, through hubs and usb type c extensions or 90degree adapters -- all of which seem not to work unless plugged in a very specific way (I'm guessing this has to do with polarity). Even though the whole point of a reversible connector is to not have to worry about which way you plug it in, having to try it with a 25% success rate is more annoying than having physical feedback tell you to reverse the type A. Not sure to what degree this is an ALT specific thing, or whether it is something that plagues type-c mechs in general as this is the first I've owned. If the former, hopefully they fix this on the SHIFT. One of the reasons I've tried so many is that I have to breakdown my setup every day when I leave and over time expect that to cause issues either on the MacBook ports or the ALT's ports, would be nice to find something to take strain off either/both. Does Not Work (or works~25% of the time, leading to me returning them): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MP7LLFY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07S8RXJ89/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07TVMBZ75/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Never Works: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07WLN1JK2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07LF1FNRV/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Really too bad on the Uni one because it makes a good charging cable. Works ~75% of the time through a 90 degree (linked below also) or extension, 100% on its own: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01CE7IG3E/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 this being a name brand cable, that's on sale for ~$4 it's pretty good. The 6" ones were good for connecting something to the right side passthrough. 90 degree extension https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0836HS4LQ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Edit: This Aukey 90 degree to 90 degree works on MacBook pros about 75% of the time (depends on the port on ALT and which direction the plugs face (down from MacBook bottom ports)(toward outside in both ALT ports, toward inside on right ALT port, but oddly not left port as you face the spacebar.
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bananafish
28
Feb 28, 2020
I would generally prefer a USB 3.x compliant cable but honestly where I'm from all the affordable cables are USB 2.0 and if you really want USB 3.x and/or Thunderbolt 3, you end up paying way too much for a cable. Then there's Apple which charges $34 NZD for their 2m USB 2.0 cable. So while this drop is kinda stupid, I also kinda see the appeal.
Letule
6
Feb 15, 2020
Can they make a usb 3.1 version thats also coiled?
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