USB Type C connectors, also known as USB-C, are small and thin, with an asymmetrical as well as oval shape. They differ from previous types of Universal Serial Bus (USB) in more ways than one. 

One big difference between both the USB-C cable connector when compared to USB Type-A and USB Type B, is that it’s completely reversible. This means there is no ‘right side up’ way for it to be plugged in.

USB-C is backward compatible with both USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 and supports USB4, 3.2, and 3.1. The USB-C 24-pin cable can transmit video, power (up to 100 watts), and data (up to 10 Gb/s), so it can be used for more than just connecting monitors. It can also be used to charge high-powered devices and transfer data between devices, such as from a phone to a computer or from one phone to another.

On both ends of a conventional USB-C cable is a USB Type C connector. However, there are USB-C to USB-A converters available for devices that require USB Type C cables, which can be used to charge USB-C devices or transmit data from them to a computer using the conventional USB Type-A connector.

But white cables and adapters are widely used for USB Type C, this is not a requirement. They can be any colour, including blue, black, and red.

USB-C Uses 

Whereas, USB-C is still relatively new and isn’t as widely used as USB Type A and B, it’s rare that most of your gadgets already require one.

USB-C, like previous USB implementations, will eventually be available in all of the same devices that presently use USB, such as flash drives, laptops, desktops, tablets, phones, displays, power banks, and external hard drives.

USB-C Compatibility 

Because USB-C cables are substantially smaller than USB Type A and USB Type B cables, they will not fit in those ports.

However, you may use a USB-C/USB-A cable with the newer USB-C connector on one end and the older USB-A connector on the other to plug your USB-C device into an older USB-A port and accomplish a variety of things while maintaining your USB-C device.

If you have an older device that only has USB-A plugs but your computer only has a USB-C port, you can still use that USB 3.1 port with that device if you use an adapter with the necessary connections on both ends (USB Type-A on one end for the device and USB Type C on the other for connecting it to the computer).

Where to Buy a USB-C Car Chargers 

USB cables are available at every local electronics retailer, Amazon, Walmart, and even online website which are selling best USB-C car chargers. They are frequently available at cheap costs in online stores. These stores sell USB-C car charger, cables on discounted prices.

What happens if you connect two USB-C chargers?

If you try to charge a device using two USB-C chargers, the device’s power management system will select the adapter with the most power. As a result, the device will charge using the more powerful charger and not the less powerful charger.