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With the improvement of technology in devices, more and more people are getting dependent on technology

more devices being invented and released to the market with added features, specifications and etc

This devices definitely consume a lot of power since it needs to power up many features and specifications

Since at that time USB 2.0 speed is not that fast, USB IF (Universal Series Bus Implementers Forum) has decided to create a USB that allows data transfer faster than USB 2.0

Here goes USB Type-C , 20 times faster than USB 2.0.

Without Further Ado, Here are some advantages of using USB Type-C:

1. Faster Transmission Speed

USB Type-C no doubt is faster than USB 2.0. Allowing data transfer at a maximum speed of 10gbps , allowing users to gain a significant performance during charging and data transfer.

2. It is Reversible

You can freely insert your USB Type-C to the charging port since the shape of USB Type-C is reversible. No matter which side you insert, USB Type-C still has the capability to faster charging and faster data transfer.

3.   Faster Charging

With USB Type-C, you can fully charge your device in a matter of seconds. USB Type-C can reach a maximum speed of  100W,  Making it capable to charge a smartphone, tablet and even a laptop.

4.  Two Way Charging / Reversible Charging

USB Type-C can supply power in both directions . It can charge the device itself or external devices. For example, the Type-C used in your phone can charge other devices or the Type-C in power banks that support both input and output .

5. USB Type-C Is Smaller and Thinner than Standard USB-A

USB-C port is 0.83 cm long and 0.26 cm wide . The old USB port is 1.4 cm long and 0.65 cm wide. The end of the USB-C data cable is one-third the size of a standard USB-A data cable plug .

6.   Scalability

With just 0.83 cm long and 0.26 cm wide, USB Type-C is capable of transmitting audio and video signals. It also expands to a variety of audio and video output interfaces, such as HDMI, VGA, DVI, and many other differentiating conversion interface transmissions.




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