On March 9th, 2015, at the Apple New Product Launch Conference held in the United States, the new MacBook firstly used a USB-C to carry the power interface, USB interface, DP interface, HDMI interface, and VGA interface on a notebook computer. The first time USB-C technology is used in consumer notebooks. With the arrival of the Type-C connector, data transmission will be more convenient. The biggest feature of USB-C is that both positive and negative can be inserted!
On August 1, 2015, Tecom introduced the world's first Type-C mobile SSD. The SSD provides the latest Type-C interface and supports USB interface for double-sided insertion. Tecom's core mobile solid state drives are also divided into two flagship and standard grade products. The flagship is undoubtedly faster and more reliable, and it is favored by business or enthusiast users. While the standard-class products are aimed at mainstream mass users, the actual transmission speed is also surprisingly fast.