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.
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.