Laptops, Smartwatches, Earbuds are Now Compatible with Smartphone Chargers
In our tech-driven lives, smartphones, laptops, tablets, and notebooks have become integral to our daily routines. These smart devices have one common dependency: a continuous supply of power. However, most of the gadgets require an independent charger. To reduce the cable clutter a universal solution is now available: a USB-PD charger for all devices with a type-C port.
Recently, Infinix introduced the Note 30 series, showcasing this technology in mid-range category. The USB Power Delivery (PD) protocol usually delivers the precise quantity of power required. Regardless of the device—a laptop or a smartphone—the charger detects its connection and determines how much power is needed to charge it as fast as possible. If a device has PD technology, then it can take charge with any kind of type-C charger, and if a charger has the technology, then it can charge any device that has a USB-C port.
USB-PD 3.0, the latest available protocol in chargers currently, can charge all devices, like laptops, pads, smartphones, smartwatches, earbuds, tablets, action cameras, and other devices that have USB-C port.
Mid-range smartphone series, Note 30, not only supports the charging protocol but also includes a PD 3.0 Adapter, compatible with any device that follows the standard. Flagship smartphones of other brands like Samsung, Apple, Google, and Sony include this technology as well. Additionally, the members of this series, Note 30 and Note 30 Pro, can take charge at 45W and 68W, respectively, with other PD 3.0-compatible adapters.
Basically, PD empowers a single cable to deliver power of up to 240 watts. Those PD 3.0 supported 45W and 68W adapters of Note 30 Series can charge a laptop that has a USB-C port and requires respective amount of power to charge. For example, Infinix laptops takes charge at 45W. Latest laptops from brands including HP, Lenovo, ASUS, and Infinix can be charged through those smartphone adapters.
Integrating the USB Power Delivery 3.0 protocol into both the phone and adapter, the Infinix Note 30 series brings an all-round fast charging experience. The price of the Note 30 Pro smartphone in Bangladesh is BDT 27,999. Customers will get a free wireless charger with the phone, worth BDT 2,000. Two versions of the Note 30, 8GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB, are available for BDT 18,999 and 23,999, respectively. However, Infinix’s winter cashback offer, available throughout November, will allow customers to get up to BDT 10K in cashback.