I thought I had every cable, adapter, and dongle under the sun. A second monitor would be soooo helpful for what I'm about to do for my next deadline. Family visiting for Christmas is sleeping upstairs in my study, so my multi-monitor setup there doesn't help. I thought - no problem, I've used Duet before with my same Thinkpad and my old iPad Pro w/ lightning connector, and it has worked perfectly. However, now I have the iPad Pro with USB-C. Duet is not recognizing it. I searched their FAQ and Getting started - no relevant answer found. I have these adapters / dongles: Apple's USB-C to USB-A (female) https://www.apple.com/shop/product/...9054559822b4cc307ca4c2c7f6a656254b55f8eae5500 USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter https://www.apple.com/shop/product/...8a67d830665b7820074a5ee8563e7c9e3992b5b4cdc23 However, to plug it into my Thinkpad USB 3 port I needed to find a USB gender changer to go from the USB-A (female) to what I need, USB-A (male). Net: Still didn't work. I suspect the gender changer is the problem. So I looked through my USB-C box to find a single cable that is: USB-A (that is also USB-3) male to USB-C I don't have that! I thought for sure I would have one. I do have several that are like: Apple's USB-C to USB-A (female) https://www.apple.com/shop/product/...9054559822b4cc307ca4c2c7f6a656254b55f8eae5500 but I can't plug a USB-A female cable into my Thinkpad's USB port. Gah! Then, I looked on Amazon to find a single cable that is: USB-A (that is also USB-3) male to USB-C I don't see one. Do you?