The USB Implementer’s Forum has renamed USB 3.0 as USB 3.1 Gen 1. They are exactly the same thing, though technically speaking, USB 3.0 no longer exists (“If you have a drive in USB 3.0, she’s be waiting in USB 3.1”).
USB 3.0 has a standard compatible with the old version, supports universal I/O interfaces, and will be optimized to reduce energy consumption, while improving the efficiency of protocols in the fields of computers, consumer products, and mobile products. It supports fast synchronous mobility and can simultaneously It supports optical and digital component specifications, and has the ease of use and plug-and-play features of traditional USB technology. The Mini USB 3.0 interface will be divided into A and B male ports (Plug), and the female port (Receptacle) will have B and AB two kinds. From the shape point of view, the AB female port is compatible with both A and B male ports At the same time, you can see that the pin of the 3.0 version of the male port is 9 pins, while the 2.0 is 5 pins. In order to be backward compatible with version 2.0, USB 3.0 uses a 9-pin design, four of which have exactly the same shape and definition as USB 2.0, and the other five are specially prep
In this article we’ll explain all you need to know about USB-C – the connector that pretty much connects everything you need. With so many different electronic devices available on the market, a universal connector that works with them all would be ideal from a customer’s point of view. And for now, USB-C is probably as close as we’re getting to that. The USB Type-C port can be found on all kinds of devices nowadays. Everything from PCs, handheld computers, and cameras to monitors and external hard drives are using USB-C.
4K support enables video resolutions beyond 1080p, supporting high-resolution displays that deliver movie theater-like experiences to the home with incredible depth, detail and color. This includes support for 4096×2160 at 24 Hz, 3840×2160 at 24, 25, and 30 Hz, and 1920×1080 at 120 Hz. All resolutions and refresh rates can be support with the High Speed HDMI Cable.
HDMI® Specification 2.1 is the most recent update of the HDMI® specification and supports a range of higher video resolutions and refresh rates including 8K60 and 4K120, and resolutions up to 10K. Dynamic HDR formats are also supported, and bandwidth capability is increased up to 48Gbps.