The MiniB type 5Pin interface can be said to be the most common type of interface. This type of interface is popular among more and more manufacturers because of its superior anti-missing performance and small size. Nowadays, this kind of interface is widely used today. Card reader, MP3, digital camera and mobile hard disk
MiniB type 4Pin is commonly used in the following brands of digital products: Olympus C series and E series, most of Kodak's digital cameras, Samsung's MP3 products (such as Yepp), SONY's DSC series, Compaq's IPAQ Series products... MiniB type 4Pin also has a form, that is MiniB type 4PinFlat. As the name implies, this interface is flatter than the MiniB 4Pin and is widely used in devices.
B-8PinMiniB type 8PinRound
Compared with the conventional one, the interface is changed from the original D-joint to a circular joint, and a projection is designed to prevent mis-insertion. This connector can be found in some Nikon digital cameras, and the CoolPix series is more common. Although Nikon has always insisted on using this interface, in some newer models, such as D100 and CP2000, the most popular MiniB type 5Pin interface is also adopted.
MiniB type 8Pin2 & TImes; 4 This interface is also a relatively common interface, such as the familiar iRiver's famous MP3 series, which is known as the "iron triangle" 180TC, and many other products in the series are used interface. The application range of this kind of interface is also quite wide, but after iRiver has completely changed from the 3XX series to the MiniB type 5Pin interface, this specification obviously has no eye-catching MiniB type 5Pin.
Micro-USB2.0B port MicroUSB is a portable version of the USB2.0 standard, which is smaller than the MiniUSB interface used by some mobile phones. Micro-USB is the next-generation specification of Mini-USB, and USB standardization organization US USBImplementersForum (USB-IF) It was completed on January 4, 2007. Micro-USB supports OTG, and like Mini-USB, it is also 5pin. The definition of the Micro series includes Micro-B series slots for standard equipment; Micro-AB slots for OTG equipment; Micro-A and Micro-B plugs, and cables. What makes the Micro series unique is that they contain a stainless steel housing that is not a problem for thousands of insertions.
Suitable for PC PC and mobile phone adapters
This interface is the most common and familiar to everyone. Everyone's current computer is compatible with this interface, including the mouse and USB flash drive are also TYPE-A interface. Now USB TYPE A has evolved to the standard of USB 3.0. The interface of USB3.0 is 8 times faster than USB2.0. However, most TYPE A or USB 2.0 standards are currently available in the market. The best way to distinguish them is to see if its interface has a blue decoration (included in USB 3.0 or higher).
The biggest feature is support for USB interface double-sided insertion
USB Type C has been widely supported in 2015, and many manufacturers have introduced usb type c interface products. The type-c interface is created based on the USB 3.1 standard. It can be plugged on both sides, with a transmission speed of 10 Gbps and a power supply capacity of 100 W. However, not all of these interface devices currently support the USB 3.1 standard. Some of them support the type-c plug-in in appearance, but still use the USB 2.0 standard.
Commonly used in Android phones, tablets, mobile hard drives, etc.
Micro USB is currently mainly divided into A type, B type, and USB3.0 B type. Among them, the Micro USB A type is the most widely used, and is called "Android port" or "Android line" by many people, because the Android phone uses this interface. Compared to the Mini USB, it is smaller and thinner. Many mobile devices, including tablets, mobile hard drives, digital cameras, and cameras, have eliminated the Mini USB port and switched to Micro USB A.