Upcoming USB-C 2.1 To Accommodate Power Output of 240 Watts

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In an update released on USB-IF, the USB Implementers Forum stated that the new USB-C 2.1 specification will offer a 240-watt option called the Extended Power Range, which will allow it to absorb 240 watts of power.

The new USB-C 2.1 specification is equipped with other protocols such as hardware requirements, limitations, and interoperability with other technologies.

Its increased performance will also ensure that it works with a wider range of peripherals such as large 4k monitors, gaming laptops, printers, and much more.

For more information, read the original story in Apple Insider.

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