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6 USB‑C Pow­er Deliv­ery Cables for Fast Charging

USB-C with Power Delivery, or PD, is the future of gadgets and rightly so. This new generation technology can power compatible smartphones and laptops like MacBook Pro or Chromebook Pixel in a jiffy. And the story doesn’t end there. With the right USB-C cable by your side, you can also expect fast and quick data transfers.


All you need to do is pair these cable with a compatible USB-C charger, and you will be able to charge your device on the go. USB-C PD cables go beyond charging and data transfers. These universal cables are also capable of bidirectional power delivery. So, if you have an external drive, you can use a single cable to power the device as well as for data transfer.

So, if you are looking for the best USB-C power delivery cables for fast charging and data transfer, here are some of the best ones out there.

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One of the primary highlights of this cable is its build. The company claims that it can withstand 35,000 bends. Though no one is keeping count, it’s worth saying that it will last you a long time. The build is further aided by the nylon braiding which keeps the cable safe from fraying and splitting. Furthermore, you can bid farewell to unnecessary tanglings.

Another feature worth the slightly-high price tag is the finish and the build. The build is solid and the slim design of the connectors means it doesn’t crowd the neighboring ports.


If we talk about data transfers, this one leaps and gives you a theoretical transfer speed up to 10Gbps. For those unaware, USB 3.1 or SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps, has a maximum throughput of 10Gbps. So, if your laptop has a compatible port, you will be able to transfer data as fast as the Flash. Okay, I might have gone a bit overboard, but you get the drift. While you won’t get an actual speed of 10Gbps, you will get a comparatively faster speed.

The best part about Nekteck products is their USB IF-certifications. These cables have been tested by an independent lab for performance and safety. Unlike the one above, this Nekteck USB-C cable measures just 3ft. If you ask me, it’s sufficient for most situations, especially of all your peripherals are in the same place.

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The connectors carry a coat of aluminum oxide, and they’re rust-proof and resistant to impacts, as per the company’s claims. It works well in charging as well as in data transfers. “Works great for powering or connecting your USB-C devices. Tried and tested with cell phones, laptops, docking stations,” writes one user.

One of the drawbacks of this cable is the shorter strain relief. On the upside, the cable is thick and might not fray as soon as the Apple’s stock cables.


The available in many sizes give you the flexibility to route your cables as per your desire. That also brings a disadvantage. Because these cables are bulky and thicker, you might face some difficulty in carrying them or storing them when not in use.

This Fasgear cable is quite popular on Amazon and has earned the tag of Amazon’s Choice. People love it for its data transfer and charging speed, and so far, it has 78% 5-star reviews.

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The 6-foot length makes it more flexible, especially if the power outlet is at a distance from your usual place.

The price is considerably lower than the Anker PowerLine+ III cable or the in-house Apple cable. Of course, you won’t get the same data transfer speed, but thankfully, the charging speed works as advertised. “Seems sturdy and very well made. Works great for my Macbook Pro (15”) as well as Macbook Pro (13”),” writes one user.



These days, phone batteries die out sooner than anticipated, thanks to apps and content and nope, fast charging is the new normal. Out of the above, the Nektech charger seems to fit the bill of being able to power your phone as well as in aiding fast data transfers.