Third party charging and sync cables are a competitive business. Some try to get by on price, some on quality, and some on unique features. The 2Charge 4-in-1 USB Cable goes for the latter.
One end of the 2Charge 4-in-1 USB Cable is a standard USB connector meant to be plugged into a USB port for charging or syncing, while on the other end of the 3.3ft (1M) cable are four different connectors: 30 pin for Apple iPad 3 or earlier, iPhone 4S or earlier, or early iPods; Lightning for iPad 4 or later, iPad Mini or later, or iPhone 5 or later; micro-USB for many Android devices, bluetooth headsets, etc.; and mini-USB for most other types of devices, including GoPro’s and digital cameras. Needless to say, this one cable has nearly all of the charge and sync bases covered.
Unfortunately, my testing didn’t go so well. For example, the Lightning cable end gave me errors when used with my iPhone 6 Plus, and flat out refused to charge it. The same happened when I tried to charge an Xbox One controller with the micro-USB cable end. Since other reviews I’ve seen on Amazon seem to indicate no issues, I can only assume that perhaps I was given a defective cable.
Considering how thin the cable is – which admittedly does make it nicely portable – I do have to wonder how well it will hold up to repeated usage. In any case, my cable absolutely didn’t work for me as expected, so this is not a product I can recommend.