At 9 (I know...it's not 10...) feet the AmazonBasics USB Type-C to USB Type-C 2.0 Cable should be a great option.
officially supports fast charging (and some pixel owners confirm in the Q&As, and has a 5-star rating from Google Engineer and famous USB Type-C reviewer Benson Leung.
The keyboard request you've put in sounds like you would like a mechanical tenkeyless keyboard. It sounds like you would dislike chiclet or membrane keyboards which are usually more low profile. Mechanical keyboards prevent ghosting keys, are usually a lot more sturdy, and have a much farther key travel distance than scissor switch membrane keyboards. Your ...
Fluke/NetAlly - $400 - $3000
Fluke's units are considered the gold standard, particularly the LinkRunner, LinkSprinter, and CableIQ. However, they're also extremely expensive, with prices ranging from ~$400 for the LinkSprinter 300 to ~$3000 for the LinkRunner G2. Used units are also a good option if you don't want to pay quite the price; their solid ...
Micro B (3.0) <-> A
Though I cannot personally vouch for the integrity of any of these cables, StarTech, C2G, Cable Matters, and Tripp-Lite are all fairly reputable manufactures who produce cables that fit your description.
Micro B (3.0) <-> C
There are no cables of this length that I would be comfortable recommending. Per the @USBCGuy spreadsheet, ...
I first used "rugged ethernet connector" for search terms, but changed to "industrial ethernet connector" after seeing those terms in the search results.
The above photo is courtesy of TE Connectivity, but other links appeared from the search, which may be better suited or less expensive, or easier to find.
This TE model certainly appears rugged and ...
After taking a closer look at USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 and how they achieve video output, I don't think an adapter exists to connect an HDMI video source to connect to a USB-C display. Even the official HDMI website shows the conversion as being one-way: USB-C to HDMI.
A major caveat is that sending HDMI over USB-C requires the video source ...
If you can't find such a cable you can replace it with two:
Those products are just an example.
As a bonus without the splitter you can use this as a headset with your mobile phone.
A quite experimental solution would be a DIY one (see below), but you will need some experience and maybe even some luck. As a less experimental solution I suggest you to use an USB hub with an extra power input.
Anker AK-A7518113: 5V DC input voltage
TP-Link UH700: 12V DC input voltage
DIY possibilities (experimental / ”danger zone“)
The name of the cable required for the boomerspeaker is a Figure-8 cable. However, in the future, when posting such a question, it would help if you could include the image of what it is that you need. It took a bit of searching to find a picture with the image of the power nest. Finally found it on NewEgg. .
While I don't know what country you're in so I can't be sure of this suggestion, these offerings are available on UK Amazon (1) (2).
I found these with a search for "Short HDMI Cable 0.1m". There were a lot of offerings at 0.25m, but these were the only ones I could see shorter than that.
One option you have would be to use a straight circuit board with appropriate traces, if the minimalistic approach is your objective. I have what is described on Gearbest as a USB flashlight:
It is a 1.92 mm thick piece of circuit board that fits well into the USB port of my powerbank. The price for five is US$1.13 from gearbest. This is one example.
Go to the xFinity retail device finder. I use the Motorola that is listed and it is great. Bought it at Best Buy and I do not pay any rental fee. I pay for the 200 Mbps service but get close to 250 Mbps most of the time.