What Are the Benefits of USB Type-C Port?

  Based on the physical design of the connectors and ports, there are three different types of USB cables: USB Type A, B and C. USB Type-C offers a bunch of advantages over older USB connection conventions. As time goes on, more and more devices will likely use USB-C cables, so it's good to have one around.

Benifits of USB Type-C Port

1. Smarter Connector Shape:
  Unlike older USB cables, it doesn't matter which side is up with a Type-C plug; you can insert it blind-folded.

2. Fast Charging: 
  Another key feature that attracts many users to the USB Type-C is the Power Delivery Charging (PD Charging). It is a technology that enables super-fast charging for some devices.
3. The Universal Connector:
  Computer and gadget manufacturers are incorporating USB Type-C ports in most of their newer flagship offerings. You can transfer data from your notebook to an external drive that you also connect to the monitor. With a single cable, you can multi-task and accomplish more and maximize your time.
4. Future-proof
  The USB Type-C is smaller and thinner compared to its predecessors. With the structure of modern-day laptops becoming smaller and thinner, the USB Type-C adapts to the physical dimensions and requirements of these new devices. (Future batteries: OXOPO XC series Li-ion batteries come with a built-in USB Type-C charging port.)