These adapters do allow for low power states, however it is not specified on any public documents whether Connected Standby/InstantGo* is supported. It's probable that this information may only be available to developers/OEMs.
It's important to note that this specification is supported on specific OEM platforms only, as it depends on the integration between hardware, drivers and operating system. You would need to check with your computer manufacturer to determine if your system is capable.
For more information on this feature, you may read the following articles:
- https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/mt282515(v=vs.85).aspx Modern Standby
- https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2014/06/19/instantgo-a-better-way-to-sleep/# V9MWT6rmoDRSc97Q.97 InstantGo: a better way to sleep
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Hi Carlos A,
I also does not hear any feedback from customer.
Information you provided is helpful and please close this case, if any further questions will post another new case, thanks.