Jul 12, 2019


From the moment you buy new smartphones you’ve noticed that your cable charger is getting flat and slim. Take a look at it from big pin to small pin, to USB-A then to USB-C. Have you experienced using old cable charger with difficulty in plugging your phone, making it sure that it is facing upward or downward?

This 24 pin USB-C or USB Type C had made a great solution to that problem. It is easier as just connecting a reversible cable into your phone. This is now the emerging standards that lots of companies are looking forward. Let’s look at its components and where it is heading.

What is USB Type C?

USB Type-C is the best upgrade that USB-IF has ever made, a group of companies that has developed, certified and taking in-charge of the standards over the years. Has 700 companies with registered members like Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, Dell, HP and Intel.  It is a reversible design cable connector with 24 pin inside triples the pin count from USB 3.0’s eight. USB-C is coming out into the market and is found on different technologies and gadgets, from external hard drives down to smartphone devices offering a great maximum of power.

With the latest technology it boasts a high-speed rate of data over USB 3.1 with 10Gbps. USB-C could even replace the Lightning connector a proprietary product of Apple one day. It has lots of enhanced protocol that a Lightning cable could not even surpass.

Universal and Easy to Use

Most companies are adopting its new trend of technology in which incorporating USB Type C is their main course in connecting, transferring data and charging principle. Companies like Apple, Microsoft and Google all are using USB-C and that one day all brands can share data in one connection without compatibility issues. It is a user friendly device that could be no more worrying if it is up/down, just plug it in and it goes right into the track.

The Future of Fast Transfer Rate of Data

The evolution of Universal Serial Bus with its USB-C has surpassed its competitors’ ability to dominate in the technological advancements making proprietary competing products lost its game. It has made a connector optimized its capability to transfer as fast as it is than it predecessors. From 480Mbps USB 2.0 to 10Gbps USB 3.1 or in just 30 seconds transfer rate for high definition feature-length movie. It doesn’t stop from fast transfer rate but also has a great power covering up to 100W, powering from small gadgets up to large devices such as laptops, high resolution monitors or even printers. USB Type C can also deliver 4 times the resolution of standard high definition such as 4K Ultra High Definition through HDMI. That is not present from previous versions.

This new innovation will stay longer than its predecessors and other proprietary competitors as it boasts not just its slim fit but also its speed, universality and being a user friendly. USB-C is not just a technological development but it has made a standard by which it is widely accepted as the norm of each modern technology. USB Type C is not the same as USB 3.1 it is a connector that enhances its functionality of improved USB version.



Compatibility Issues

USB 3.1 is backwards compatible but the physical component of USB Type C is not. USB Type C could gain access through the use of USB-C enabled adapters but again you will be limited to what is offered speed on the other old port (e.g. Type C to Type A). Despite of its increase in pin numbers, USB Type C is very small compared to its original versions that is why smartphones and other technology embraces it quickly. Technically speaking USB Type C offers by default a higher speed transfer of data but it depends on the other end if it uses USB 3.0 or higher and or USB Power Delivery enabled technology. This Power Delivery maximizes USB-C power output up to 100W better than anything else. But Power Delivery is not only limited to Type C but could support also a Type A older version. The most ideal technology to buy is having both USB bigger version and USB Type C as some devices are still using the older version and you might be suffering for some compatibility issues in the future.

One Size Fits All

As to the traditional smart technology it needs to have separate ports for HDMI, Audio-Video Output and other peripheral. Now with its enhanced capability USB-C or technically correct USB Type C is designed to support a wide variety of different modes and standards. Its newly featured design doesn’t need to have HDMI cable or 3.5mm Headphone jack anymore. It also supports digital audio via audio class specification with USB 3.0 or higher, can also charged up 5V/500mA of power. HDMI alt mode is available for converter cable enabling 4k resolution and 3D content playback. With its wide coverage it doesn’t end there it is also compatible with Display Port that supports USB 2.0, 3.1 offering up to 4K 60Hz 24-bit HDR playback, a maximum of 8K resolution, and multi-channel audio. And the third but not the final as it is still evolving is superMHL works with USB 2.0 and higher speed version, with 4K and 8K resolutions up to 60fps.

Wrap Up

We have seen the evolving USB System protocols that is developed by USB-IF. Even if tagged as user friendly device it still needs a great compatibility as USB-IF is not just developing one component but with variations of protocols that one might hope to see one component fits all. USB Type C and USB 3.1 both the latest versions made by USB-IF separately. As we are going to the world of thinnest technology competition this USB-C is not yet late within the race but issues of supported alternate modes, USB versions and adapters is still open for forums. There are different uses of USB C from transfer data to power up, to listening audio and watching videos. All are in one port you just have to use alternate modes compatibility. Well its not that bad, these alternate mode partners offer a great speed of transfer rate and power. So when you buy expensive gadgets make sure that you have USB Type C, USB 3.1 port and Power Delivery inside the box or you won’t experience its fastest speed transfer rate and playback whenever you watch movies or charged your device faster.

WE HAVE DISCOUNT!! If you want to have the first ever powerful Universal Travel Adapter product that has all of these features just click the button below for your PRE-ORDER NOW.





From the moment you buy new smartphones you’ve noticed that your cable charger is getting flat and slim. Take a look at it from big pin to small pin, to USB-A then to USB-C. Have you experienced using old cable charger with difficulty in plugging your phone, making it sure that it is facing upward or downward?

This 24 pin USB-C or USB Type C had made a great solution to that problem. It is easier as just connecting a reversible cable into your phone. This is now the emerging standards that lots of companies are looking forward. Let’s look at its components and where it is heading.

What is USB Type C?

USB Type-C is the best upgrade that USB-IF has ever made, a group of companies that has developed, certified and taking in-charge of the standards over the years. Has 700 companies with registered members like Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, Dell, HP and Intel.  It is a reversible design cable connector with 24 pin inside triples the pin count from USB 3.0’s eight. USB-C is coming out into the market and is found on different technologies and gadgets, from external hard drives down to smartphone devices offering a great maximum of power.

With the latest technology it boasts a high-speed rate of data over USB 3.1 with 10Gbps. USB-C could even replace the Lightning connector a proprietary product of Apple one day. It has lots of enhanced protocol that a Lightning cable could not even surpass.

Universal and Easy to Use

Most companies are adopting its new trend of technology in which incorporating USB Type C is their main course in connecting, transferring data and charging principle. Companies like Apple, Microsoft and Google all are using USB-C and that one day all brands can share data in one connection without compatibility issues. It is a user friendly device that could be no more worrying if it is up/down, just plug it in and it goes right into the track.

The Future of Fast Transfer Rate of Data

The evolution of Universal Serial Bus with its USB-C has surpassed its competitors’ ability to dominate in the technological advancements making proprietary competing products lost its game. It has made a connector optimized its capability to transfer as fast as it is than it predecessors. From 480Mbps USB 2.0 to 10Gbps USB 3.1 or in just 30 seconds transfer rate for high definition feature-length movie. It doesn’t stop from fast transfer rate but also has a great power covering up to 100W, powering from small gadgets up to large devices such as laptops, high resolution monitors or even printers. USB Type C can also deliver 4 times the resolution of standard high definition such as 4K Ultra High Definition through HDMI. That is not present from previous versions.

This new innovation will stay longer than its predecessors and other proprietary competitors as it boasts not just its slim fit but also its speed, universality and being a user friendly. USB-C is not just a technological development but it has made a standard by which it is widely accepted as the norm of each modern technology. USB Type C is not the same as USB 3.1 it is a connector that enhances its functionality of improved USB version.



Compatibility Issues

USB 3.1 is backwards compatible but the physical component of USB Type C is not. USB Type C could gain access through the use of USB-C enabled adapters but again you will be limited to what is offered speed on the other old port (e.g. Type C to Type A). Despite of its increase in pin numbers, USB Type C is very small compared to its original versions that is why smartphones and other technology embraces it quickly. Technically speaking USB Type C offers by default a higher speed transfer of data but it depends on the other end if it uses USB 3.0 or higher and or USB Power Delivery enabled technology. This Power Delivery maximizes USB-C power output up to 100W better than anything else. But Power Delivery is not only limited to Type C but could support also a Type A older version. The most ideal technology to buy is having both USB bigger version and USB Type C as some devices are still using the older version and you might be suffering for some compatibility issues in the future.

One Size Fits All

As to the traditional smart technology it needs to have separate ports for HDMI, Audio-Video Output and other peripheral. Now with its enhanced capability USB-C or technically correct USB Type C is designed to support a wide variety of different modes and standards. Its newly featured design doesn’t need to have HDMI cable or 3.5mm Headphone jack anymore. It also supports digital audio via audio class specification with USB 3.0 or higher, can also charged up 5V/500mA of power. HDMI alt mode is available for converter cable enabling 4k resolution and 3D content playback. With its wide coverage it doesn’t end there it is also compatible with Display Port that supports USB 2.0, 3.1 offering up to 4K 60Hz 24-bit HDR playback, a maximum of 8K resolution, and multi-channel audio. And the third but not the final as it is still evolving is superMHL works with USB 2.0 and higher speed version, with 4K and 8K resolutions up to 60fps.

Wrap Up

We have seen the evolving USB System protocols that is developed by USB-IF. Even if tagged as user friendly device it still needs a great compatibility as USB-IF is not just developing one component but with variations of protocols that one might hope to see one component fits all. USB Type C and USB 3.1 both the latest versions made by USB-IF separately. As we are going to the world of thinnest technology competition this USB-C is not yet late within the race but issues of supported alternate modes, USB versions and adapters is still open for forums. There are different uses of USB C from transfer data to power up, to listening audio and watching videos. All are in one port you just have to use alternate modes compatibility. Well its not that bad, these alternate mode partners offer a great speed of transfer rate and power. So when you buy expensive gadgets make sure that you have USB Type C, USB 3.1 port and Power Delivery inside the box or you won’t experience its fastest speed transfer rate and playback whenever you watch movies or charged your device faster.

WE HAVE DISCOUNT!! If you want to have the first ever powerful Universal Travel Adapter product that has all of these features just click the button below for your PRE-ORDER NOW.