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    Is USB Type-A going to be fully phased out anytime soon?
    The way you connect devices to one another has changed. No longer are you required to aim for the USB Type-A port and hope for the best, only having to switch it around because you have it pointing the wrong way. USB Type-C solved this issue by allowing you to connect the cable into the port whichever way you desire. The port itself is also smaller, no longer requiring a bulky cable head. Still, we use USB Type-A today. So just how long will it take for the new to oust the old completely?

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    07-18-2018 09:40 AM

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