It would be extremely helpful to have the below 2 cords in the Powerline+ II 1-foot length. The 1-foot version of Powerline+ II only comes in the Lightning form and I cannot express how helpful this shorter cord is especially when traveling.
Powerline+ II USB-C to USB-A, Black, 1-foot
Powerline+ II Micro USB to USB-A, Black, 1-foot
I know there is a manufacturing/business cost to produce additional products, but I would be willing to pay a premium price for these two cords even if the USB-A was 2.0. Since these are not popular connection types, I would be forever grateful and stock up on several of each version even if it was a 1-time manufacturing run.
**YES, many products (speakers, headphones, cameras, computer equipment, security systems, etc) still use Micro USB and USB-A is still the most common and universal option over USB-C.
I agree @JaimeNacole
I prefer a shorter cable on the move especially for use with a powerbank.
You know Franz, the 15cm cables are perfect for use with PowerBanks. But maybe your cable is a touch to short
It would be funny to give this as a prank lol
It was one of my usual jokes.
I prefer those 15cm as well.
I have a 4" amazon basics lightning cable and it works great while traveling.
A random day example of what cables I have with me
An Amazonbasics short C-C cable. Some A-B cable with a B-C adapter.
The speaker and the wired buds are B hence to keep it all charged I use the Powercore to charge two things at once (2 C or 1 C+ 1 B) and recharge the Powercore from the Nano. I can last a couple of days off-grid then an overnight recharge of the 20000 PD.
Funny that @kumar.sachin @professor I don’t mind AmazonBasic cables either, I have a few of their C to Micro cables and they work a treat, and competitively priced too.
The Powercore lets cable be short as I’m not connected to a wall socket.