Accessories for Apple technology has never been budget. And a new Thunderbolt cable 3 Pro is the fact another confirmation. The company began selling it on its official website for $129. Then as an alternative of the Belkin on the same site, Apple will cost $80. Why?
Thunderbolt cable 3 Pro has two meters in length, made in the braid. Supports DisplayPort outputs and USB 3.1 Gen 2 with data transfer rate up to 10 Gbit/s Between compatible devices via Thunderbolt 3 speed can reach 40 Gbps. This cable is supplied together with the Pro XDR Display.
Why is it so expensive? This question was asked and users with Reddit. First and foremost this is a 2 meter cable at full speed. Speed data transfer this cable type drops drastically with increasing length. Normal TB3-lengths in the region of half a meter cost about $40. In addition, the novelty is in fact designed for professional use by people who and 40 Gbps may not be enough.