Have you heard about the new USB-C connector? Its still fairly new but the hope is that all devices will start adopting this connector to improve the usability of USB products.
Below we have listed 5 things that you might like to know and why that micro-USB connector that was becoming a standard will no longer be used.
1. It’s not a new standard
USB-C is compatible with the latest USB 3.0 and 3.1 specifications. Its just a new connector.
2. It looks different
If you've ever hunted for a mini or micro USB cable so you can plug a camera or a phone into your computer, then USB-C will be a godsend. Unlike the previous Type-A and Type-B connectors (and their mini-USB and micro-USB variants), USB Type-C has a new, small and reversible plug connector, so it...