The three differences between them are the length of the cable, USB-C Power Delivery (PD) profile, and USB transfer speed.
The Apple Watch Magnetic Charger to USB-C Cable is essentially the Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Cable with USB-C connector.
It was launched on 19th October 2018. That date also marks the start of iPhone XR’s pre-order.
As the product name suggests, the Belkin Universal Cable with Micro-USB, USB-C and Lightning Connectors comes with a base Micro USB connector and two additional connectors.
The two additional connectors are Micro USB to Lightning and Miro USB to USB-C.
If you need to connect your iPhone to an audio system that doesn’t support Bluetooth audio streaming, the Belkin 3.5mm Audio Cable with Lightning Connector is for you.
The cable is MFi certified that works with any 3.5mm audio port. It’s digital to analog converter outputs high-resolution audio of up to 48 kHz, 24-bit.
It was fully funded on 20th February 2018 where it raised a total of US$657,117 from 4,902 backers out of their initial goal of US$100,000.
Cable Matters USB-C to SATA III 2.5″ Cable is retailing for US$11.99 (S$16) on Amazon. It ships to Singapore directly for an additional US$4.64 (S$7).
This is a 25 cm cable that connects your 2.5″ SATA I/II/III hard drives via USB-C to your computer.
The Apple TV Remote Loop is retailing for S$18 in Singapore.
And as what Apple describes it:
Bought the Mi Cable Storage Box from Xiaomi official online store on Tmall for CN¥45 (S$9.20) (excluding shipping) during their 12/12 sale. The usual price is CN¥49 (S$10).
It is a simple cable storage box that measures 125 x 115 x 309mm.
Having bought the Nomad Universal Cable (1.5m) from South Korea, I have wanted to get the other shorter version, which is 0.3m.
The 1.5m is great for charging from a power outlet, but it is too bulky (after you coil the cable) to be truly portable.
It does ship directly to Singapore for US$4.49 (S$6).