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USB is a serial input/output technology for connecting peripheral devices to a computer. USB-C is the latest implementation of this standard and it provides higher bandwidth and new power management features.
USB-C supports many protocols:
|Hi-Speed USB 2.0||up to 480Mb/s|
|SuperSpeed USB 3.0||up to 5Gb/s|
|USB 3.1 Gen 1||up to 5Gb/s|
|USB 3.1 Gen 2||up to 10Gb/s|
|Thunderbolt 3||up to 40Gb/s|
Use the USB-C to USB-C cable to connect 2big RAID to a USB-C (USB 3.1 or Thunderbolt 3) port on your computer.