USB-Type C (or USB-C) ports are catching on fast with phones and laptops. Meanwhile, Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology promises faster charging of batteries, and in some cases even use USB-C connectors. What should you buy?
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In the above scenario, a "current generation USB device" refers to a micro USB, mini USB, or USB-A cable. Read the full article to know everything you need to know about USB-C, Qualcomm's Quick Charge, and other trending technologies. And remember, if you're buying USB-C, check the plug and certification.