Plugable launches two new EPR cables built to deliver performance. Both cables—the Thunderbolt Certified Thunderbolt 4 cable and the USB-IF Certified USB4 cable— offer incredibly fast 40Gbps data transfer speeds, and support for two 4K screens or one 8K screen. But most impressive, is how much power they can carry.
240W Extended Power Range
When we say this cord offers Extended Power Range (EPR), we mean it can carry up to 240W, unlike previous generations of cables that max out at 100W.
For many, this will be considered a fast charging option. And that’s no surprise, because with 240W, you can power just about any laptop on the market, and those to come.
As more devices begin to integrate EPR functionality, you’ll find these cables will have you future-proofed.
Often overlooked, the cables connecting our computers to their peripherals have an important part to play. That’s why our Thunderbolt 4 EPR cable is Thunderbolt Certified, and that’s why our USB4 cable is USB-IF Certified—it’s the only official way to ensure you’re getting complete compatibility and reliability. That means these cables with speeds up to 40Gbps, 240W 48V/5A EPR, are backward compatible with previous generations of Thunderbolt and USB.
Future-Proof with Thunderbolt 4 and USB4
These cables are certified, and that comes with some incredible benefits. Thunderbolt 4, Thunderbolt 3, USB4, or USB-C, it doesn’t matter, either the Plugable Thunderbolt 4 EPR cable or the USB4 EPR cable will work. Even at a full meter (3.3ft), you won't see a decrease in performance.
It should be noted that actual performance is determined by the capabilities of the host and peripheral(s).
Buy the Plugable Thunderbolt 4 240W EPR Cable (3.3ft/1m)
List Price: $29.95
Buy the Plugable USB4 240W EPR Cable (3.3ft/1m)
List Price: $25.95
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