Collection: Type C cable

USB TypeC is technically superior to the other variants and not compatible with them.

In the future, USB‑TypeC is intended to replace all other USB standards.

USB-C (formerly known as USB Type-C) is a 24-pin USB connector system that is characterized by its dual rotationally symmetrical connector.

The USB Type-C Specification 1.0 was published by the USB Implementers Forum and finalized in August 2014.

In July 2016, it was adopted by the IEC as "IEC 62680-1-3".

A device with a Type-C connector does not necessarily implement USB, USB power delivery, or any alternative technology.

For example, USB-C is now sold in most Android smartphones and many laptop manufacturers have a USB-C interface, which is usually adapted in parallel with Thunderbolt-3.