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What is the difference between USB-C (TYPE-C) and ordinary interface?

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Update time : 2024-03-14 09:43:24
  USB Type-C is a new interface type launched with the USB3.1 connector. The specifications of Type-C are indeed formulated in accordance with the USB3.1 standard. Therefore, USB3.1 can of course be made into Type-C type, but Type-C -C is not equal to USB3.1! USB Type-C is only a part of the USB 3.1 standard, not a new standard, and the USB 3.1 standard still has interfaces such as Type-A and micro-B. The characteristics of Type-C determine that it is an interface that can be used on both master and slave devices, as well as mobile devices.
  Type-c is a connection interface of USB interface. It can be inserted into both sides, and the size is about 8.3mm × 2.5mm. Like other interfaces, it supports USB standard charging, data transmission, display output and other functions. The type-c interface is a relatively new type of interface and is expected to become popular soon. New versions of MacBook and LeTV mobile phones all use this interface.
  The highlights of the new version of the interface are slimmer design, faster transmission speed (up to 10Gbps) and more powerful power transmission (up to 100W). The biggest feature of the type-c double-sided pluggable interface is that it supports double-sided insertion of the USB interface, which officially solves the worldwide problem of "USB can never be plugged in correctly". You can plug in the front and back at will. At the same time, the USB data cable used with it must also be thinner and lighter.