No doubt, USB-C is a revolutionary way of connecting to a computer. The amazing thing about it is that it has been around for a fairly long time now, but most OEMs have yet to widely adopt it. Though these days, a good number of computer do come with this latest USB innovation that not only transfers data fast, also charges your laptop.
I bet it puts a whole new meaning to the words ‘universal charger’ but more details about it a little further down.
Chances are high you have used a USB port on your computer to charge smaller devices like a smartphone, tablet, and generally devices with smaller batteries. The earlier versions of USB were only able to carry so much charge to juice up smaller batteries.
However, batteries found in laptops are big and require a high amount of wattage to efficiently recharge up. For that reason, laptop chargers have remained painfully bulkier and large.
USB-C promises to do away with the painfully bulky and large laptop chargers, as it carries enough wattage to recharge most laptops; especially the Type-C 3.0 version. The thought of …read more
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