Most commonly used electronic devices have some type of Universal Serial Bus (USB) port. These ports come in Micro, Mini and Type-A connector formats and can support different USB standards such 2.0 or more recently, 3.1. USB Type-C is the next leap forward for these ports, featuring higher speeds and better power delivery. This more advanced connecter solves all of the problems presented by its predecessors. Type-C can handle high-speed data, video and large amounts of power...
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