USB-C 3.1 to USB-A 3.0, touch

Discussion in 'XtendTouch' started by Stephan, Jan 25, 2020.

  1. Stephan

    Stephan New Member

    Dear team,

    I have recently purchased the beautiful display and am looking for maximizing it's potential. I have a Surface Pro 4, that only has a female USB-A 3.0, I tried using a USB-C to USB-A cable from my phone (is a 3.0), but did not succeed. Would you have any recommendations? HDMI works perfectly in combination with my PS4 and Surface Pro 4.

    Happy to hear from you.
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  2. Support

    Support Administrator

    Yes, you may get a usb A to usb C cable and plug it to the left usb C port of the XtendTouch to get the touch feature, and the HDMI for display.
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  3. Tobias Müllauer

    Tobias Müllauer New Member

    Can we get some more specific detail ?

    Version? 3.0
    Pins? 24
    USB-C to USB-A
    Version? 3.0
    Pins? 4
    Gen? 1​
  4. Richard

    Richard New Member