Right now, you might have noticed something odd about the latest tablets, phones, and laptops at the company. The familiar form of rectangular USB A ports are long gone and replaced by some smaller oblong connectors. This is the era of USB C. Even though iPads and iPhones have stuck with the proprietary lightning connection, USB C seems to be a major portion of phones, laptops, and notebooks today. Even the latest MacBook Pro is known to have this port.

More about USB C

USB C is a new form of connector, designed for delivering data and even power from and to computer devices. This plug is designed in a symmetrical manner so that you can it, either way, to eliminate frustrations of earlier USB ports, and working at par with Apple’s connecting ports. This service alone is a major success among the lot, but now it can be integrated with USB power delivery and even USB c thunderbolt hub, for enhancing the value and power usability of this service even more.

Focusing on the features

Most of these USB C ports will have USB 3.1 data transferring standard. Then you have the second generation protocol of the USB 3.1 which can deliver data speed theoretically by up to 10 GBPS. It is twice faster than USB 3.0 and first-generation USB 3.1.

  • Then you have so many desktops and laptops, which have been supporting this USB C specification with the Thunderbolt 3 from Intel and its data transferring technology.
  • USB C Port is well-equipped with Thunderbolt 3 for pushing data speed to the theoretical limit of around 40 GBPS.
  • To be sure how enhanced this service is, it is around four times faster than the USB 3.1 and can also be around 3000 times faster than original USB 1 specs of 12MBPS.

Increased capabilities by your side

Other than the increasing data transfer speed, there is the ability to push video over the same connection. The Alternate mode of USB C for video enables the adapters to actually output video from same USB C port to the HDMI, VGA, Display Port and other types of video connectors on YV, displays, and projectors.

  • Another interesting point about this form of USB C port is that it helps in supporting the USB PD specifications. The USB 2.0 port can always deliver around 2.5 watts of power, which is enough to charge a phone.
  • Then you have the USB 3.1 which ups the figure by around 15 watts. But with the introduction of USB PD, you can deliver a power of 100 watts! It is 6 times more than what USB 3.1 used to offer you with. It can further open up the potential for the laptop based projectors, depending on the USB C port.

You will only come to learn more about the USB C port once you start working on it. Once you have done that, there is no looking back for the next response. The more you come to check out the port, the less you will get towards other deals at all.

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