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Simpler, faster, higher – USB-C

USB-C offers many improvements for the USB standard: an ingeniously simple connection, more speed and functions, and greater charging power. With the USB 3.1 Generation 2 version, the standard is further optimised.

We all have USB cables at home; they are used daily. But what makes the AVINITY USB 3.1 Generation 2 Type-C cables so special? Quite simply: They are powerful all-rounders. They charge terminal devices (such as smartphones, tablets or netbooks) faster, take less time to transfer data, and simplify use through higher compatibility.

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FASTER CHARGING:

When combined with a quick charger, they allow smartphones or laptops to be charged up to 30% faster than with an inexpensive standard USB cable, thanks to higher charging currents.

TRANSFER MORE DATA:

With a data transfer rate of up to 10 Gbit/s, even larger quantities of data can now be transferred from one terminal device to another in less time. Here, several devices can be connected in parallel and supplied with power.

CONNECT WITHOUT LOSS OF QUALITY:

The AVINITY USB Type-C cable is also recommended if you would like to connect your tablet or netbook to a larger display. Sound and picture are transferred in 4K without interference. And the display is simultaneously supplied with power.

ROBUST AND DURABLE:

Thanks to strong sheathing and special kink protection, the AVINITY USB Type-C cables are more robust and last longer than most supplied cables.

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