What is USB Type-C?

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USB Type-C is a new standard of charging and data transfer cable that was first created in 2014. In the near future, Type-C is expected to be the universal charging standard for all devices. It is defined by its universal connection orientation, meaning it can be plugged into any Type-C port without the cable having to be flipped around, and also its much quicker charging and data transfer speeds. 

If you purchased a ChargeTech Charging Station before 2017, your station will most likely not include any USB Type-C cables.  By 2018, all of our charging stations will come standard with at least 1 USB Type-C cable to stay compatible with today's mobile device standards. 

To purchase USB Type-C replacement cables for your existing charging stations, CLICK HERE.

See Below For A List of Popular Phones That Use Type-C Charging:

  • iPhone 8 (rumored)
  • Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+
  • OnePlus 2/3/3T/5
  • Google Pixel/XL
  • LG G5/G6
  • Nokia 8
  • Huawei 10
  • Sony Xperia 
  • Xiaomi Mi Mix
  • Motorola Moto Z
  • HTC U Ultra
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