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Understanding USB and USB-C

With the current range of computers these days most come with USB-C type ports. This is quite different to previous connections of USB-A (“normal USB”). So this means out of the box a lot of devices won’t connect without some form of adapter or different cable. There is quite a range available, so to help make it a little easier I have listed some of these options below. 

If you require any of them, or want more info please feel free to drop me an email or give me a call to discuss your requirements.

USB Type-C

USB Type-A

Some of the type of adapters and hubs I can supply are the following, and I can also get different types of cables (if available) depending on device.

Single USB-C to USB-A adapter. 

Connect “normal” USB devices to a new USB-C port.

An example of some of the Hubs with various ports

You can also read more info about the different types within USB 2.0 and USB 3.x and various connections for each (A, B, mini, micro etc) here.


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