are cables for the widely used standard USB interface. For computers, introduced since 1996, the Universal Serial Bus used to connect virtually any device to a computer. From Keyboards and mice to smartphones and printers
USB 3.0 offers improved speeds 5Gbps over its predecessor USB 2.0 (480mbps). Whilst remaining backwards compatible with 2.0 devices. The USB 2 and 3.0 connector at one end remains the same standard world-wide but there are micro mini Type A and Type B which can be used to plug into the varying devices which utilise USB today. Micro USB is more common smart phones whilst printers will use Type B and Mini USB is common amongst digital cameras and peripherals like Keyboards.
Type C is similar to Apples Lightning Cable offering universal connectivity (no matter which way round) and Type-C is offering higher connection speeds but is still yet to really be utilised on many peripherals.
USB 3.1 offers even more increased bandwidth upto 10Gbps