USB has evolved from a data interface capable of supplying limited power to a primary provider of power with a data interface. Today many devices charge or get their power from USB ports contained in laptops, workstations, docking stations, displays, cars, airplanes or even wall sockets. USB has become a ubiquitous power socket for many small devices such as cell phones, tablets, portable speakers and other hand-held devices. Users need USB to fulfil their requirements not only in terms of data but also to provide power to, or charge, their devices simply, often without the need to load a driver, in order to carry out “traditional” USB functions.
USB C Cable with power delivery up to 100W, which is very suitable for usb-c devices (such as Thunderbolt 3, USB C, usb3), and can provide power transmission for laptops or mobile phones.(Note: Charging speed may be dependent on the host device’s charging capability)