The USB-C revolution: the history of the single connector and why it was adopted

The transition to the USB-C connector ushered in an era of innovation and convenience in connection technology. Unlike USB-A, its predecessor, the USB-C connector provides a number of technological advantages that have decreed its superiority and adoption as a universal standard.
The choice of USB-C as a universal connector is not limited to technical reasons. In a context of growing environmental awareness, its adoption aims to reduce e-waste by promoting the use of a single cable for multiple devices. This decision reflects a commitment to more sustainable and environmentally friendly technology.

Leading electronics companies have recognised the value of this standard. Apple's adoption of USB-C underlines the growing acceptance of this connector as the standard in the electronics industry. With this move, Apple is aligning itself with the global trend towards a more unified and standardised approach to device connectivity.
In summary, the USB-C connector represents not only a technical advancement over USB-A, but also a step towards a more efficient and sustainable future in the world of technology.

The countless advantages of the unique USB-C cable

The Type-C connector is characterised by its extraordinary versatility. Here are some of its most significant advantages:

Universal: works with phones, tablets, laptops and many other devices;

Charging power: supports high wattages for faster charging;

High-speed data transfer: send tens of gigabytes of files and data in a matter of minutes;

Reversible: end the confusion on the sides when plugging into device ports; always connects perfectly.

GaN chargers with USB-C: small and powerful chargers

Our GaN chargers with USB-C provide high charging performance while being compact chargers. Thanks to semiconductors made of gallium nitride, these accessories are smaller, lighter and more energy efficient than conventional silicon chargers.

In addition, USB-C supports a higher power output, well over 100 watts, allowing devices such as laptops and tablets to be charged quickly, unlike USB-A. This versatility makes USB-C a unique solution that can handle both data transmission and charging of a wide range of devices.

Cables with USB-C: perfect for fast charging and data transfer

Our USB-C cables are built to last. Whether you need to synchronise data or charge devices such as smartphones, tablets and PCs, these cables offer a secure and stable connection. They support the Power Delivery fast charging mode, being able to transfer many watts of power to your devices. With a variety of lengths and styles, there is always a perfect cable for your needs.

The Type-C connector is characterised by its reversibility, eliminating the hassle for users in inserting the cable in the right direction. While simple, this feature greatly enhances the user experience. From a technical point of view, USB-C outperforms USB-A in terms of data transmission speed and power capacity. While USB-A supports a maximum transfer speed of 5 Gbps (USB 3.0), USB-C can reach speeds of up to 40 Gbps with the Thunderbolt 4 standard, facilitating the rapid transfer of large volumes of data.

Powerbank with USB-C: recharge on the go

Our powerbanks with USB-C are designed for those who want devices that are always charged on the go. Compact, powerful and versatile, these devices are the perfect companions for those who never stop. With USB-C technology, charging is fast and reliable, ensuring that your devices are always ready to use.

Wired earphones with USB-C: high quality listening

The range of wired headsets with USB-C connector is very diverse. You can find sports models with earbuds, or headphones for those who move from office to office or want trendy accessories. All headsets are equipped with a microphone and multi-function controls to better manage music and calls.