This Handy 5-in-1 Converter is the Ultimate Tech Device

By That's, February 26, 2020

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Looking for the ultimate tech device to keep your electronics all charged in one place? Then you absolutely need this 5-in-1 Multifunction Converter!

This elegant converter is as stylish as it is practical. Three USB ports lay alongside a handy Type-C adapter, while a HDMI or VGA output point makes transferring files as easy as plugging in the ultra-lightweight device. Smaller in length than an average iPhone, the sleek charcoal-grey design of the converter means that not only is it an essential charging station, it’s also the ultimate futuristic piece.

4 Must-Have Phone Accessories

4 Must-Have Phone Accessories

4 Must-Have Phone Accessories

4 Must-Have Phone Accessories

thMart WeChat Mini Program

thMart is a one-stop online shopping platform that lets customers buy a range of products seamlessly, from anywhere, on the go, with shipping available across China. And now you can order your favorite items easily from WeChat with our brand new Mini Program!

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