USBs (Universal Serial Bus) are a type of computer peripheral that allows you to connect devices such as printers, scanners, digital cameras, and flash drives to your computer. They are also used to charge devices such as phones and tablets. USBs are convenient because they are easy to use and are compatible with a wide range of devices.
What Is A USB? All USB Versions And Connecters Explained!
A USB is an interface used to connect smartphones, tablets, keyboards, mouse devices, and scanners to a computer.
What Is USB 3.0? Why It’s Nicknamed SuperSpeed USB?
Go through the post to learn the definition of USB 3.0 and get to know about its features and its compatible devices.
What Is USB 2.0? A Post About The Hi-Speed USB Interface!
Introduced in 2000, USB 2.0 replaced USB 1.1 as the successor USB Interface by delivering 480Mbps of speed.