Wednesday, January 24th 2018

Pioneer Launches Brand New USB Type-C Series Products

After years of experience in the optical disc, computer equipment, auto and industrial markets, Pioneer has recently made the leap into the consumer electronics market and launched its all-new USB Type-C Series which include a docking station, multiport adapter, and external Portable SSD and more.

Versatile Docking Station helps build a super powerful personal workstation
The docking station features a simple design, intuitive use, and perfect compatibility with MacBooks and Thunderbolt computers. Only the USB-C terminal is required to connect all devices to significantly improve work efficiency. It supports Windows dual-screen output, having the complete expanding capability for the A/V output. It is flexible, easy to use and charges your device to greatly enhance your work efficiency.
The Multiport Adapter -- a personal secretary to the business persons
It is compatible with MacBooks and a variety of notebooks with a Type-C port; supports the output of 4K videos using HDMI for larger and clearer images. It can be used to charge your device, read a SD card, support several USB expanders at the same time. The casing is made of composite material with a delicate black design and its compact size allows you to take it anywhere.

The External Portable SSD -- a storage gadget that tucks right into your pocket
It has a USB-C Gen2 high-speed interface with a transmission speed of up to 480 MBps It is robust and vibration-resistant, supports the Mac and Windows OS, and enables smooth file transfer. It is the ultimate slim and compact device, allowing you to easily take it anywhere. The unique appearance and design together with the composite material gives it the perfect look and feel.

The new USB Type-C products are available today on Amazon and Newegg in USA, and will launch in Amazon UK and Germany soon.

For more information: www.amazon.com/shops/Pro_storage.
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4 Comments on Pioneer Launches Brand New USB Type-C Series Products

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Chaitanya
What I hate is those short built in cables for most Type-C products.
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ZeDestructor
ChaitanyaWhat I hate is those short built in cables for most Type-C products.
Long cables are expensive. I like the ones with a USB-C in port because of that, cause I can just plug in a longer Thunderbolt 3 (since those are basically the only ones reliably compliant...) cable of my choice instead.
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Chaitanya
ZeDestructorLong cables are expensive. I like the ones with a USB-C in port because of that, cause I can just plug in a longer Thunderbolt 3 (since those are basically the only ones reliably compliant...) cable of my choice instead.
For manufacturer cost wont increase by more than a few cents to increase the cable length. Also what you are suggesting is connecting a thunderbolt cable to a device which already has a female Type-C cable built in and not removable.
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ZeDestructor
ChaitanyaFor manufacturer cost wont increase by more than a few cents to increase the cable length. Also what you are suggesting is connecting a thunderbolt cable to a device which already has a female Type-C cable built in and not removable.
Not when you start looking at passing full USB3.1G2 at 10Gb/s, or TB3. The moment you get that high, it can start getting quite expensive, especially at the certification and validation level (remember, a long wire is basically a glorified antenna).

Edit: or the vendors are just being cheap, as they are wont to do.. take your pick.
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