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Differences between different Type-C connectors

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Update time : 2023-11-14 11:39:29
  The differences between different Type-C connectors are mainly reflected in appearance design, transmission rate, usage scenarios, transmission protocols, and physical size.
  In terms of appearance design, some Type-C connectors do not have wires and need to be connected to the target device through a splint; while some Type-C connectors have wires, which are more convenient to use.
  In terms of transmission rate, the transmission rate of Type-C connector is mainly divided into two types: USB 3.0 and USB 3.1. The transmission rate of USB 3.0 can reach 4.8Gbps, while the transmission rate of USB 3.1 can reach 10Gbps.
Type-C connectors
  In terms of usage scenarios, the Type-C connector has a wide range of usage scenarios. For example, it can provide fast charging functions for some smart terminal devices.
  In terms of transmission protocol, Type-C connectors can be divided into two types: USB Type-C connectors and Thunderbolt 3 connectors. The USB Type-C connector only supports the USB protocol, while the Thunderbolt 3 connector supports both USB and DisplayPort protocols.
  In terms of physical size, Type-C connectors can be divided into two types: Mini USB Type-C and Standard USB Type-C. Mini USB Type-C is smaller in size and is generally used for small devices such as mobile phones, while Standard USB Type-C is used for large devices such as computers.
  Different Type-C connectors have some differences in various aspects. Users can choose the appropriate connector according to their own needs.