Will this work work with USB 2 port on early 2008 MacBook Pro?

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    USB-C is USB 3.0 and USB-A is the regular rectangular side of a USB 2.0. A C to A cable is a USB 3.0 to USB 2.0 cable, so yes, though it would be extremely slow.

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  • You would need a cable not included to connect to USB 2. I think it is a different shape than the USB-A or USB-C.

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