USB Type-C: what it is and its many benefits

I/O connectors (input-output) are many and come in all shapes and forms. Some are owned (only available for some devices) such as Lightning for Apple devices – from iPhone 5 onward – and others are compatible with all major hardware manufacturers (often at different times) for the joy of the end users. A proof of

USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3: One Port to rule them all

Universal Serial Bus, short USB, is actually a pretty easy Port. Yet there are, depending on the type of application, several cable endings that deliver different transfer speeds. All that leads to the relatively new USB-Port Type-C, who can support non-USB-Protocols in alternative mode, such as power supply (up to 100 watts), DisplayPort, MHL, HDMI,

The Difference between USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3

Introduction If you look around your house, there are chances you are to have some few devices which utilize Universal Serial Bus. averagely, some 3 billion USB ports are shipped every year. By far this makes it, in the world, the most peripheral connection type. Device manufacturers, in fact, are quite confident in the new

USB Type-C vs USB 3.0 What’s the difference?

  With the continued development of computer technology, there is also a constant need for adapting USB technology as well. Thus, very many manufacturers are aiming towards creating lighter and thinner devices, which as a result has a need for innovation when it comes to USB technology. With the relatively recent advancement in technology, a