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What is USB-C?
While it may seem as though the Universal Serial Bus (USB) has been around forever, it was only designed in 1996 and entered the mainstream in 1997. We are all familiar with the original rectangular connector for our computers and the smaller one for our phones and cameras. The new USB-C connector looks slightly different and it gives solution to some of the frustrations shared by users around the world.
Works both ways
The USB-C has been developed for ease of use. There’s no up or down orientation so it works whichever way you plug it in. Providing you with peace of mind on your next inventions.
It works well with anything that traditionally connects via USB like smartphones, tablets, laptops and digital cameras. You can also connect across different operating systems.
Up to 20 x faster performance
Up to 20 times faster than the USB2.0, the USB-C can transfer data at a speed of up to 10Gbps (gigabits per second).
More power – transmit up to 100W
Capable of handling the new Power Delivery standard (USB PD) and the ability to transmit up to 100W. The USB-C is able to power almost anything.The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B looks identical to the Pi 2 B at first glance. It is the same size and has much of the same components on board. So what is the difference? The new Pi 3 brings more processing power and onboard connectivity, saving you time with the development of your applications. Perfect for your Internet of Things (IoT) designs.
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