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What is USB-C?

  • USB-C connectors, also called USB Type-C, are tiny, reversible, and universal.
  • USB-C is the latest standard embraced by manufacturers, including Apple, Samsung, and more.
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3 Reasons Why USB-C is Better

3X Faster
Charging Speed*

80X Faster
Data Transfer**

Experience Speed

With a USB Type-C charger, your devices can charge rapidly. USB-C also sets a new standard for data transfer—delivering speeds that surpass previous USB generations, depending on device compatibility and cable specifications.

*Data based on internal testing charging an iPhone 14 from 0 to 50%, compared to a 5W charger.
**Data based on the maximum transfer speeds of USB 4 (40 Gbps) and USB 2.0 (480 Mbps).

One Connection,
Infinite Possibilities

Universal Simplicity

Embraced by major tech companies like Apple, Samsung, and Google. Transition to a world where one USB-C charger plug eliminates the chaos of multiple adapters and cables.

Delivering Up to 240W. Uncompromised.

Unmatched Power

Elevate your charging experience with the USB-C charger adapter and cable. Its improved performance is perfect for smartphones, tablets, laptops, and more.

Shaping the Future of USB-C with Anker

Click to view our remarkable journey.
2014
The USB-C Revolution
USB-C, a groundbreaking port, was introduced by USB-IF (USB Implementers Forum).
2015
Pioneering the Way
Anker was among the first to offer USB-C charging accessories.
2017
USB-C Fast Charging Tech
PowerIQ 3.0 was introduced, enabling 100W max output for USB-C charging compatibility.
2018
Anker + Apple
Anker collaborated with Apple to launch the world's first 3rd party MFi-certified USB-C to Lightning cable.
2019
Anker Nano USB-C Charger
The legendary 20W Anker Nano charger is packed with 3X power density and a 58% smaller size for iPhone 12.
2020
Innovating the Future of VR
Customized Meta Quest charging dock and optic fiber USB-C cable brought VR gaming to the next level.
2021
Best-Selling USB-C Cable
The most popular USB-C to USB-C cable on Amazon US*.
2022
GaNPrime USB-C Lineup
Introduced the iconic GaNPrime lineup with PD 3.1 high-speed charging at 140W max and 53% smaller size**.
2022
Premium USB-C Cables
Enjoy stunning 40 Gbps data transfer and up to 8K display with the latest Thunderbolt and USB technology.
2023
Apple's Transition to USB-C
The iPhone 15 series adopts USB-C, simplifying connections in the tech world.
*Data based on internal sales records.
**Compared to the original 67W charger, with a size reduction of up to 53%.

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    What is a USB-C Charger?

    A USB-C charger is a type of power adapter that uses the USB-C connector to deliver power to devices. USB-C is a versatile and reversible connector that has gained popularity due to its ability to handle various functions, including data transfer, video output, and power delivery.

    USB-C chargers are designed to provide power to a wide range of devices, such as smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other electronics. They are characterized by their compact size, higher power delivery capabilities, and the ability to charge devices more quickly compared to older USB connectors.

    Additionally, USB-C chargers can negotiate power levels with devices, allowing them to supply just the right amount of power needed for efficient and safe charging.

    The reversible design of the USB-C connector eliminates the frustration of plugging in the cable the wrong way, as it can be inserted either way, making it more user-friendly.

    Overall, USB-C chargers have become increasingly common as more devices adopt the USB-C standard, and they offer a convenient and efficient way to power and charge various electronics.


    3 Reasons Why USB-C is Better

    Faster Charging:

    The USB Type C charger can provide charging speeds that are up to 3 times faster than conventional USB-A chargers. This means your devices can reach their optimal battery levels more quickly, saving you valuable time and ensuring you have power when you need it most.

    Greater Versatility:

    USB-C is highly versatile and works seamlessly with a wide range of devices and operating systems. Whether you're using iOS, Android, Windows, or other platforms, USB C charger plug connectors offer a universal compatibility that ensures you can charge and transfer data across different devices without compatibility concerns.

    Enhanced Power Delivery:

    The USB C charger adapter is more powerful and can deliver up to 240W of maximum power. This enhanced power delivery makes them perfect for charging not only smartphones and tablets but also more power-hungry devices like laptops. The ability to charge high-power devices efficiently means you can stay productive for longer periods without worrying about running out of battery.


    Are USB-C ports the same as Android ports?

    No. USB-C is a versatile interface standard for connecting devices such as phones, computers, tablets, and more, while the Android port is solely for charging and data transfer on Android phones.

    Why is my USB-C cable charging my device slowly?

    There are multiple factors that can contribute to slow charging with USB-C cables. Here are a few potential explanations:
    1. Incompatible cable: Your USB-C cable may not support fast charging or may be intended for data transfer only
    2. Incompatible charger: Your charger may not provide sufficient power for fast charging, especially if it is designed for lower-power devices.
    3. Device limitations: Your device may not support fast charging, even with a compatible cable and charger.

    Can USB-C chargers and cables be used with different devices?

    Yes, USB-C cables and chargers are generally compatible with various devices, as long as they meet the device's specifications. However, it's essential to ensure compatibility, considering different power requirements and supported features. Always check the specifications before use.

    Will iPhones switch to USB-C in the future?

    While there are rumors and speculations, Apple has not made any official announcements regarding the adoption of USB-C for iPhones. It's worth noting that USB-C is already used in MacBook and iPad Pro devices by Apple, leaving the possibility open for future iPhone adoption.

    What are the differences between USB and Thunderbolt protocols?

    USB and Thunderbolt are different data transfer protocols. Thunderbolt offers faster speeds, higher bandwidth, and greater power delivery capabilities compared to USB. Meanwhile, USB boasts broader compatibility across a wide range of devices, whereas Thunderbolt is primarily supported by select devices, notably Apple's.

    What is the difference between USB-C PD and USB-IF certification?

    USB-C PD enables faster charging and higher power delivery through USB-C ports. USB-IF is the organization responsible for developing and promoting USB technology. USB-IF certification ensures that a USB-C PD product meets the standards and is compatible with other USB devices.

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