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A great Type-C Hub for people on a budget for less than 1,000

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While most mid-segment phones may soon lack memory card slots and most notebooks will only have USB Type-C connections, this does not mean that memory cards and peripherals that connect to normal USB type A ports will become obsolete. In actuality, they are still widely utilised.

Even rudimentary devices like wired keyboards and mice typically have standard USB ports, most flash drives still have standard USB rather than Type C connectivity, and memory cards are still very much alive and well despite the fact that some smartphones, tablets, and laptops may be getting slots to support them.

Because of this, the majority of us who use mid- to high-end notebooks and smartphones frequently find ourselves carrying adaptors and port hubs in order to connect various devices, such as keyboards, memory cards, and cameras, to them. Additionally, carrying these adaptors can be cumbersome and expensive. Some even have wires attached to them, which makes them more fragile and difficult to transport.

Because of this, we are really pleased with the Aropana Type-C Smart Reader. No, we haven’t heard much about the company, but we’ve heard good things about its goods.

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We put the adaptor into a MacBook Air and it appeared at home there because of its aluminium appearance, which gives it a very sturdy and expensive feel. In comparison to other of the inexpensive plastic choices we have seen in this price bracket, it feels significantly better to use. It also has no cables, unlike the majority of inexpensive solutions; instead, it is a single block that can be inserted into a device. This is quite convenient as it eliminates the concern of the adaptor dangling from a device. It also makes carrying it very simple because it is compact and lightweight enough to fit in a pocket.

With Mac OS, Windows, and Android devices, as well as an iPad Air and Chromebook with a Type C port, the Aropana Type-C Smart Reader performs admirably. You can connect your device to any other device that has a conventional USB port and a micro USB port using this discrete connection method. Additionally, the converter has slots for microSD and SD cards.

It is therefore an extremely practical tool for anyone utilising a laptop, smartphone, or tablet that primarily has a USB type C port. This handy little gadget lets you connect a flash drive, a portable hard drive, and a keyboard to them. It goes without saying that the ability to simply take out a SD card from their cameras and transfer images to their notebooks or phones, without having to bother about fussy (and often erratic and interrupted) wireless transfers.

Data transfer speeds are decent and we have experienced no issues with dropping connections. Please keep in mind that cases prohibit the adaptor from fitting neatly into the ports of your phones and tablets, so take them off before using this gadget with them.

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The Aropana Type-C Smart Reader isn’t great, in our opinion. The tiny USB port was completely useless to us; perhaps a Type C port would have been preferable in its place. Additionally, despite the adaptor being connected directly to a USB Type C port on another device without a wire thanks to its block-like design and lack of a wire, its shape results in it obstructing other ports close to it.

The Aropana Type-C Smart Reader is still a great deal for anyone looking for a well-designed, dependable adaptor to connect their USB Type C port from their smartphone, tablet, or laptop to the Type A port of another device or simply to transfer data from flash drives or memory cards at a price of less than Rs 800. Simply confirm that OTG connectivity is supported by your phone or tablet (most do!).

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Surfaces of the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra with Snapdragon 8S Gen 3

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Surfaces of the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra with Snapdragon 8S Gen 3

Early this week, renders of the Edge 50 Fusion appeared, and Motorola has previously stated that the Edge 50 Pro will ship on April 3. The highest-end smartphone in the Edge 50 series, the Edge 50 Ultra, has now been shown in renders.

The phone is depicted in the renderings in peach fuzz and black with a vegan leather finish, while sisal, a beige color, will have a brushed surface. As opposed to the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 in the Pro variant and the Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 in the Edge 50 Fusion, the phone is reportedly powered by the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 SoC.

A 50MP primary camera, an ultra-wide camera, and a periscope telephoto camera with a 5x optical zoom are all included in the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra’s feature set. Additionally, there is a triple LED flash on the right side and a laser autofocus feature above the periscope lens.

Although the phone’s display, battery, and charging specifications are yet unknown, the Edge 50 Pro is said to include 12GB of RAM and support both 50W and 125W wired and wireless charging.

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It is anticipated that this will launch as the Motorola X50 Ultra in China. It is unclear if the India launch may be expected on the same day as the rest of the Edge 50 series phones, even if this is scheduled to go official on April 3.

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