Belkin unveils first non-Apple USB-C to Lightning cable at CES 2019

Belkin has unveiled the first third-party USB-C to Lightning cable at CES. The cable comes at a hefty price tag at $25 for the 1.2m (4ft) cable. The material on the cable is sturdy, and the longest one with 3m (10ft) length costs at $35.

Belkin unveils first non-Apple USB-C to Lightning cable at CES 2019

Though, the cable looks and feels premium, the only reason that sets it back is its price. In comparison, Apple offers the 1m cable for $19, and the 2m one is $35. There’s no 3m cable option from Apple. We hope the prices to fall, once other accessories manufacture brings their offering in the market.

Belkin unveils first non-Apple USB-C to Lightning cable at CES 2019

Additionally, Belkin unveiled a 20,000mAh battery bank with a USB-C port. The charger delivers up to 30W power along with a 12W USB-A port. One can use this power bank to charge the 12” MacBook and 13” MacBook Air with Retina display. Even, Apple recommends charging these devices with a 30W charger.