USB-C What Is Type-C

- Mar 24, 2016 -

USB interfaces on the MacBook USB 3.1 Type-C should be the full name.
Type-C refers to the USB connectors of a particular specification. In fact, USB connector with a variety of specifications, for example, we used common USB adapter called USB Type-A, like common Micro-USB on the Android phone is a USB connector specification.
MacBook only interface has a high transmission rate and two-way charging characteristic, is the latest USB specification 3.1. The standard USB interface transfer rate up to 10Gbit/s, 5V/12V/20V and supports three voltage, maximum power supply 100W. --In fact, as the USB 3.1 provides backward compatibility with USB 2.0/1.0 device, so if others used the traditional connector USB 3.1 specification (Type-A), can also be directly connected to the original USB devices.

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