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The rise of USB-C is changing the way smart devices are charged. Major smartphone and laptop manufacturers are integrating USB Type-C connectors, allowing chargers to be shared across devices. So you can charge your phone with just a laptop charger and vice versa. Power Delivery (PD) charging is basically a fast charging protocol that takes advantage of its great functionality and versatility.

Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology is a breakthrough in mobile fast charging. It can provide 18W of power using the traditional USB data cable "V-BUS". Although it can give a smartphone fast charging experience, it does not comply with the USB safety standard "USB-IF". Among other things, it limits devices with Qualcomm chips, so laptops can't benefit from it. On the other hand, the power delivery technology increases the power level to 100W, which also meets the safety standards for USB charging. As a result, there is a safe and fast way to charge larger electronics such as laptops, drones and smart home appliances.


Power Delivery charging doesn't require any proprietary equipment, so you can simply plug the large backup hard drive that normally requires external power directly into the laptop and get faster data transfer rates with just one cable. Or fast charge your phone while transferring data, completely uninterrupted. In addition to this, PD optimizes the power management of multiple peripherals, so each device will only consume as much power as the current process needs, that is, unless the hard drive is spinning, it will not consume power.

One of the most interesting things about PD is that the power direction is not fixed. You can use a portable power charger to charge your laptop and use your laptop to charge your phone at the same time. Not only that, but you can also charge your Bluetooth headset from your phone.

We've all heard of phones melting and batteries exploding, which is a nightmare for some people these days. PD offers an intelligent way to completely eliminate this fear. In addition to the aforementioned USB-IF compliance, PD charging provides flexible, intelligent means of system-level power management by communicating with the PC's optional hub. So, in addition to low-power compatibility, you can now charge the headset with a laptop charger.

We assured our customers long ago that we would keep up with the latest trends. Here we announce new products that use this technology.


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