Accessory makers shouldn’t get a pass on USB-C


I’ve complained a lot about manufacturers omitting USB-C from smartphones and PCs. Now it’s time to rant about probably the worst culprits of them all: accessory makers. USB-C is great. Aside from being capable of transmitting a ton of power and data (depending on the implementation), its small size means it can fit on almost any device – while being more durable than MicroUSB too. The advent of USB-C means that I’m able to use a single cable on my laptop, tablet, phone, Nintendo Switch, Bluetooth keyboard, Wacom tablet, external hard drive, etc. That versatility has simplified my life and…

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