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Anker’s new dual-headed USB-C cable charges two devices at once

An Apple MacBook and iPhone being simultaneously charged using Anker’s new 2-in-1 USB-C cable.
Anker’s new 2-in-1 USB-C charging cable could reduce the number of wires you need to wrangle by half. | Image: Anker

Anker’s trying something new that could potentially cut the number of cables you need to wrangle in half. Its 2-in-1 USB-C cable allows two devices to simultaneously charge from a single USB-C port with built-in “Smart Power Management” that automatically adjusts power distribution based on “each device’s power needs.”

The four-foot-long cable features a single USB-C port on one end that splits into a pair of USB-C ports on the other, each with a foot of cable that can be shortened as needed to keep things neat and tidy. It’s all wrapped in a durable sheath that Anker promises will survive “over 10,000 bends.”

Image: Anker

The twin USB-C ports on one end each have a foot of cable that can be shortened as needed.

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