You might have noticed something strange in the latest smartphones, tablets and even laptops. The biggest change is the familiar rectangular Type-A USB ports are missing, and now there are small oblong connectors. This welcomes to the world of USB-C era of business computing.
While majority of the flagship iPads and iPhones comes with Apple's most proprietary Lightning connector, USB- C is now have become part and parcel of most of the devices like MacBook, phones, tablets and lot more. Let's have a peep into the concept of USB-C before dealing with the reasons why it is indispensable for a new MacBook.
Redefining Speed – USB-C
USB Type-C, also known as USB-C, is a brand new connector for transferring data as well as the power to and from computing devices. The plug of the connector is symmetrical and thus one can insert the same either way. This alone feature makes it the biggest hit among the users, but at the same time, it also has many other new technologies.
Let's now plunge into the reasons!
• Relatively Small and Compact
The availability of USB Type-C is a new connector standard that is relatively small. The best thing is that this latest device is supposed to be one-third in height and half of the width for any standard USB Type A connector. USB-C for MacBooks is indeed one of the best options as this is a small single connector and on the top of that users can use it across any given devices.
• Terribly Fast
The ports of MacBook Pro are actually fast. The revolutionary ports are capable of transmitting data utilizing the super-fast speeds of the USB protocol up to 10 gigabits per second. On the other side, using USB-C with Thunderbolt 3 support built-in peripherals will enable users to enjoy a blistering speed up to 40Gbps.
• MacBook Works as a Battery
Users of new MacBook series can use USB-C to power the battery of other computer having arrangements for USB Type-C. The good thing is that one can power as well as use a peripheral hard drive even without connecting the external drive into power. What more you have is that the touch Bar-equipped Mac can charge two separate devices using the power of up to 15 watts and two more devices consuming 7.5 watts.
• Not Just Cables – More than that
This is something that is worth considering. USB Type C cables play smart. They (Thunderbolt to HDMI adaptor) have its own RM, processor, GPU built inside the same. Now, this sophistication suggests that the users can do faster and at the same time by keeping the cables kept secure.
So, from the above discussion, you must be willing to have USB-C for MacBooks to reap all the perks to stay one step ahead. Make sure to get in touch with a professional service provider to have your hands on the same.