China (December 19, 2018) – For some time now this new version of USB has been implemented by QacQoc, the USB type c hub, and that is increasingly being extended by all brands of Android terminals, leaving behind the USB 3.0 that has been with us for so long. It is not called USB 4.0 because only the physical shape of the cable has changed, including some improvement, but without it being a total change. All this leads to the conflict that always occurs when something that has remained established for quite some time is modified.
And that costs a lot in the world of technology, since in this case, you cannot change the USB receiver to your terminal, or your computer probably does not have USB type c hub and you have to go in search of an adapter, but it compensates for its functionality to be several cables in one and for greater energy efficiency, although we must be very careful if we think about acquiring one of them. Therefore, we will put on a scale the advantages and disadvantages of this USB Type C and what is the ideal cable that you should set.
Advantages of USB type c hub
The first of these is the reversibility, since unlike USB 3.0; the end that goes to the terminal can be plugged in one way or another, without having to be in one way as with its predecessor.
The second has to do with functionality, because Type C cables can emit different signals, and can be used to broadcast data, videos, music, or connect to the HDMI output of the TV or a D-Sub output. The third has a lot to do with the second, since with the Type C cable you can charge two devices at the same time with a power of 100 watts, like a laptop and a Smartphone at the same time, for example. This causes a user to save many cables for each specific task, serving the Type C as if it were a Swiss Army knife.
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