The European Union announced this week that all digital devices such as mobile phones and tablets sold in the EU should have USB-C charging cable slots by December 28, 2024. In June this year, the European Parliament and the European Council (EC) reached a consensus to pass the amendment to the Radio Equipment Directive, which will require electronic devices sold in the country to add USB-C universal charging ports in 2024, covering mobile phones , Tablet PCs, laptops, digital cameras, game consoles and many other products. The European Union claims that the unified charging port will help reduce electronic waste, save consumers’ purchasing costs and the inconvenience caused by incompatible charging cables.
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