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While the tech world is transitioning from USB-A to USB-C, odds are you’ve still got some devices that requires USB Type-A connection. Fortunately adapters are typically pretty cheap – and right now Aukey is offering a set for even cheaper than usual.
You can pick up a 2-pack of USB adapters for about $4 when you apply the on-screen coupon.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
Laptops & Tablets
- Acer Chromebook R11 C738t convertible w/Celeron N3060/4GB/32GB for $350 – Woot
- Lenovo ThinkPad X390 13″ laptop w/Core i7-8655U/8GB/256GB for $750 – Lenovo (via eBay)
- Dell XPS 13 w/Core i7-10710U/16GB/512GB for $980 – Dell (coupon: 50OFF699)
PC & mobile accessories
- Aukey USB-A to USB-C adapter (2-pack) for $4 – Amazon (clip coupon)
- HooToo 6-in-1 USB-C dock for $19 – Amazon (clip coupon)
- Aukey true wireless earbuds for $21 – Amazon (coupon: 9EGBTOJI)
- Refurb Jabra Elite Active 65t true wireless earbuds for $45 – Jabra (via eBay)
- Amazon Echo Dot Kids Edition smart speaker w/Alexa for $40 – Amazon
- Harman Kardon smart speaker w/Google Assistant for $90 – Best Buy
- Omars 10,000 mAh power bank for $8 – Amazon (coupon: A4CDP29X)
- Aukey 10,000 mAh power bank for $18 – Amazon (clip coupon + code: Y3QJGS8T)
- RAVPower 16,750 mAh power bank for $14 – RAVPower (coupon: NEW19)
- Aukey 20,000 mAh power bank for $24 – Amazon (clip coupon)
- Mophie Powerstation 6,040 mAh power bank 2-pack for $20 – meh
- PNY U3 Pro Elite 256GB microSDXC card for $35 – Amazon
- PNY U3 Pro Elite 512GB microSDXC card for $85 – Amazon
- WD Elements 12TB USB 3.0 external desktop HDD for $200 – Newegg (coupon: EMCDRDP35)
- Name your price for $110 worth of Tropico PC games – Humble Bundle
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but that’s why I pay on patreon, monthly. I guess I’m done doing that…
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I noticed the same thing. I generally don’t block ads here. I was recently testing Adblock Plus as ublock Origin was missing some ads elsewhere. When I had both ad blockers on, it triggered that message at the bottom of the screen. Originally this was on Android with Firefox. On my Linux computer with Firefox, I triggered the message by enabling both ad blockers together. Since triggering it, it seems to be more of an issue with ublock Origin. Adblock Plus seems to be working fine when re-enabled alone.
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Alright, I think I’ve resolved the issue, but let me know if you see the message again!
I’m still looking into a better long-term solution, since I’m not sure the one I’m using now is the best, but I couldn’t figure out how to stop that message from showing with Google Funding Choices enabled.
Okay, I thought I had a solution, but it just caused more problems.
It looks like this is a problem with the way uBlock Origin interacts with Google Funding Choices. It seems like there’s a method to add a filter to uBlock that should eliminate the message from appearing, but you have to do it for each individual site:
I tried to find a way to to hide the message using CSS, but it creates a unique class every time it pops up, and there’s no way to disable it via Google’s settings.
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Is this type c to USB
this is a very fast USB adapter
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