EU is close to forcing every manufacturer to use USB-C chargers for everything


The EU wants all manufacturers to adopt USB-C chargers.The move would significantly reduce environmental pollution.The proposal would benefit consumers by reducing vendor lock-in.The European Union took another step toward standardizing chargers for electronic devices, with USB-C being the recommended option.

The EU signaled in September 2021 that it wanted to force manufacturers to use a standardized charging interface for smartphones and tablets.Members of European Parliament (MEPs) for the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee (IMCO) have now voted 43—2 to expand their initial proposal to include additional devices, such as laptops, handheld gaming consoles, cameras, and more..

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