8 Questions about USB Type-C and USB 3.1

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

USB Type-c and USB 3.1 are new technology, but changes are happening fast. Devices capable of USB 3.1 performance and utilizing USB Type-C connectors are on a growing number of computers, mobile solutions, cables, adapters and accessories. Cables to support these devices are available now!

 

You can learn more about this exciting technology by checking out these blog posts:

"A Revolution in C"
The new connector changes just about everything we thought we knew about USB. It's a connectivity revolution in the works and, since we're a connectivity solutions company about the only thing we can say is "Vive La Revolution!" The name of this revolution is Type C (catchy, eh?).

 

"Say What? USB 3.1 and USB Type-C Are Completely Different?!"
Wait, what? USB 3.1 and USB Type C are two totally different things? I thought USB Type C was synonymous with USB 3.1. It's not. APPARENTLY, even though these are being introduced at the exact same time, they are two completely different things…

 

"Understanding USB 3.1 and USB C"
USB 3.1 and the USB Type-C connector are brand new technologies, and changes are happening fast. We expect that you will begin to see USB 3.1 performance and the USB Type C connector on laptops, smartphones, tablets cables, adapters and accessories as early as this summer…

 

"USB 3.1 and Type-C Are Changing The Game"
If you are purchasing a new computer, smartphone or tablet in the next few years, then there is a good chance that it will have the new USB C port that supports USB 3.1 technology. The challenge you may face with this new device is figuring out how to connect it to all of your existing devices…

 

"USB 3.1 Type-C for Mobile Devices"
With just one USB Type C connector, you can now charge your device, transfer data, and send video and audio signals from your laptop or smartphone to a TV. Since all of this can be done over one small connector, devices can be made much smaller…

 

"USB 3.1 – What It Means for Existing USB"
We are now on the precipice of a technological revolution, and USB is ready to take its next step. The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) have developed a new USB specification, USB 3.1, and it brings with it a new, symmetrical connector, USB Type-C, built-in support for audio/video signals, enhanced power delivery…

 

"What Does USB 3.1 and the USB C Connector Mean for Laptops?"
This small connector will eventually make all other laptop connections obsolete. The need for connections such as VGA, HDMI, and DisplayPort on our laptops won't exist. Even when using a laptop docking station, you will only need one connection…

 

"What Does USB 3.1 and the USB C Connector Mean for Video Ports?"
This is great news for fans of laptops/netbooks and Chromebooks. Since the USB Type C Connector will be able to transmit digital A/V and has built in support for DisplayPort this should drastically cut down on the bulkiness of those devices…

 

 

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