In 2011, Apple and Intel introduced the first Thunderbolt connectivity with the MacBook Pro computer to ensure much faster data and video transmission beyond the capacity of USB and FireWire. Thunderbolt 1 and 2 used DisplayPort connectors until 2016 when Thunderbolt 3 was introduced and changed to USB-C connectors. Since then, OEM companies have produced cables which have maximized transmission capabilities.
Accell Thunderbolt 3 Cable is an Intel-Certified cable that brings lightning fast 40Gbps data transfer bandwidth. This single connection also supports high-speed data transfer for single 5K or dual 4K UHD video at 60Hz, and up to 100W of bi-directional charging.
This cable is compatible with all USB-C devices. It connects to any dock, display, or a device with features including a 2.6 ft (0.8 m) passive cable, data transfer speed four times faster than USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10Gbps), 5A/100W charging (5V-20V, 100W max), and E-marker ensures compatibility.
My Access Thunderbolt 3 cable connects my 16” MacBook Pro to a OWC 14-port Thunderbolt 3 Dock that in turn has a variety of USB-A and USB-C hard and SSD drives plugged in, along with a Luna Display dongle (screen shares with 27” iMac), Gigabit Ethernet, Transcend JetDrive SD card, audio speakers and 85W of power to my computer — all of this no slowdowns, no heating, and dependable continuous use! This is a reliable and durable cable which is longer than many 1.6 ft (0.5 m) cables.
To learn more about this cable, go here where it can be purchased for $41.99. This is a powerful solution for transmitting our precious data, video and power. Highly recommended.