USB-C and PD Explained & Inateck USB-C Chargers, Hubs, Enclosures, etc

What is USB-C ?

USB-C, also know as USB Type-C, is the industry-standard connector for transmitting both data and power. Right now, it's included in devices like the newest laptops, phones, and tablets. It counts more than 700 companies in its membership, including Apple, Dell, HP, Intel, Microsoft, and Samsung. The default protocol with the USB-C connector is USB 3.1 at 10Gbps, which is theoretically twice as fast as USB 3.0.

What are the advantages of USB-C ?

  • usb More powerful
    Up to 100W of power. Easy to charge almost any laptop, smartphone or table
  • usb More compact
    Staple fitting on ultra-slima laptops
    and Android smartphones.
  • usb More flexible
    Reversible plug orientation
    and cable direction,better
    users experience.
  • usb Enhanced data capabilities
    USB 3.1 up to 10 Gbps to help gets
    things done more quickly
  • usb Power Delivery support
    Allowing every port to be your
    power, data or video port

What is Power Delivery Charging ?

Power delivery (PD) charging is a fast charging protocol which is making use of the great functionality and universality. Not only faster than normal charging, but also it allows cross-device sharing, as major smartphones and laptops manufacturers are integrating USB type-C plugs.

Why to choose Inateck USB-C Charger
instead of Apple 61W original PD charger?

  • ● More Powerful
  • ● Less expensive
  • ● With free USB C-C cable
For iPhone X For iPad 10.9'' For MacBook Pro 13'' Price
Inateck 60W USB-C Changer 108 mins 135 mins 109 mins $36.99
Apple 61W Power Adapter 107 mins 132 mins 109 mins $69

FAQ about Inateck USB-C Charger:

Inateck charger can basically charge all type C devices which support USB-C charging.
But below are certain things to note:
- Your device must be a PD one if you want to utilize the fast charging.
- Since the highest power of the product is 60W, charging speed would be slower than original charger to your device if the rated power of the device exceeds 60W.
The product can charge a MacBook pro 15" at rate up to 80% of an original charger.
It is tested that the charger can charge 80% of devices whose original power adapter outputs power at around 80W.
Any test or feedback is welcome.
If your device supports PD charging, our charger would charge it at full speed as long as your
device is not more than 60W. Otherwise, it would be slower than original charger if your device is
more than 60W.
Not at all. Our charger uses the best industrial-level material and superior circuit construction,
which offers all-round protection to secure a safe charging process. Our charger simply won’t
charge the device at all if it’s not compatible with our charger.
There is a USB C-C cable in our package. If you want to charge your iphone/iPad at fast PD
charging speed, you’ll need to buy a type C to lightning cable to make it work.