How to Insert a USB FLASHDISK into a USB 3 1 Type C Laptop with an ADAPTER

USB-C (short for Universal Serial Bus Type-C) is a specification USB for a 24-pin connector that can be reversed for the purposes of data transfer and electric power. Specification USB Type-C version 1.0 was first published by the USB Implementers Forum and was finalized in August 2014.

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USB Type C is probably when this article was published is the latest development variant of USB, although there is still a lot of controversy about the safety of using this PORT relating to cables as well. You can read excerpts from expositions from foreign sites that talk about it..

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Fake Danger
Cable USB-C

Belkin recommends using only certified USB-C cable (as known as USB Type-C cable), otherwise you may purchase a counterfeit product which may damage or destroy your device. It is important to understand why fake cables can be dangerous and the easiest way to identify them.

If you use cables or accessories USB-C which is not certified or fake, you can run into this problem:

  1. Your device may be damaged
  2. The cable may be easily damaged
  3. The end of the connector may break, weaken, or may not fit your device properly, which could damage the port
  4. You may not be able to sync or charge your USB device properly

To identify counterfeit or uncertified cables and accessories, look carefully at the accessory packaging and at the accessories themselves. Look for the certification and design consistency icon.

—Spoiler Complete—

USB Type-C (USB 3.1) it offers a higher data transfer rate of 10 GB per second or about 20 times faster than the old USB port.
In addition, USB Type-C has a symmetrical shape. So, you no longer need to be confused about how to plug in the correct cable.

Okay, but indeed that also applies to USB both before and micro USB Yes, it turns out that we really need to be careful about cable problems… you know, you can even damage your cellphone or laptop.

But in our opinion this can happen when used for a long time… for hours… but if it’s possible it’s just a short transfer… that’s no problem, okay?

If you really want to use it for a long time, I suggest, first look at the vendor’s track record… do they provide security guarantees or not.

Now that’s all about USB Type C so you know too… then how to enter USB FLASHDISK to Laptop USB 3 1 Type C is with ADAPTER.

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