New technologies bring new challenges, and USB-C (also known as USB Type-C) is no exception. Learn more about why AIKE USB-C cables are the most reliable, highest-rated and secure cables on the market.
The new USB-C connector is being widely adopted by manufacturers such as Apple, Google and Microsoft. In addition to the new connector and port combinations, there is a new standard called USB 3.1 SuperSpeed+. USB-C cables comply with European regulations requiring the use of universal connectors for charging phones. This means that soon, almost everything everywhere will be powered, charged and connected via USB-C cables.
The new USB-C (AKA USB Type-C) connector has a new size and shape, and is easier to use than previous USB cables. The reversible design allows you to plug in your device from any direction, so you never have to worry about plugging in the cable incorrectly. This will allow manufacturers to design devices that are thinner and lighter than ever before.
Demand for new USB 3.1 SuperSpeed+ cables will grow as manufacturers of laptops, tablets, hubs and computers adopt new USB-C ports. Belkin will offer a complete line of USB-C products to meet all your needs.
Without being able to see inside a USB-C cable, it's hard to determine if it's real and capable of delivering optimal performance. We recommend always purchasing certified USB-C cables to avoid the risk of damaging or destroying your valuable equipment and to get the best and expected performance out of your cables.
The new USB 3.1 SuperSpeed+ standard transmits up to 10 Gbps of data, which means transfer speeds up to 20 times faster than USB 2.0 (480 Mbps) and 12 times faster than FireWire. USB 3.1 technology also allows you to power up to 100 watts for some devices, or fast charge your laptop, tablet or phone.
Thunderbolt was developed using USB technology to transfer data and audio/video between laptops, monitors and hard drives. the arrival of USB-C has taken Thunderbolt from fast to ultra-fast with Thunderbolt 3 - capable of transferring large amounts of data at amazing speeds, up to 40 Gpbs.
USB-C cables let you charge new USB-C-enabled devices at up to 3 amps. With the USB-C 3.1 connector you can power your device with up to 100 watts of power.
When you connect your mobile device to a USB-C computer, you can transfer data such as photos, videos, and audio files at speeds of up to 10 Gbps.
USB 3.1 cables can transfer 4K (UltraHD) video and audio from your laptop, phone or tablet to your HDTV or monitor.
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