USB-C port will be mandatory for all small and medium-sized electronics sold in EU from 2024

The EU’s common charger goal is one step closer after a provisional agreement was reached by European Parliament and Council negotiators. As of autumn 2024, all small and medium-sized portable electronic devices including mobile phones, tablets and headphones sold in the EU will have to ship with a USB-C charging port.

An additional list of twelve electronic product groups including e-readers, portable gaming consoles and cameras will also be obliged to share the universal charging standard across EU territories. Laptops will have to comply with the new ruling 40 months (3.3 years) after…

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