In fact, in addition to graphics cards that require extremely high data volumes and some real-time control requirements, almost all PC peripherals can be ported to USB. In fact, foreign countries have almost done this. I think that for developers, there is no need to compete with foreign countries on products such as mice and keyboards. Even so, USB PC peripherals still have a huge amount of room for development: With the increasing popularity of USB ports, serial devices as universal designs will inevitably affect or even change daily life.
For example, the Micro USB terminal commonly used in mobile phone data lines must be connected in the same color, otherwise there will be a display that the reading device cannot recognize.
For devices that only need to be powered, the USB cable has two built-in splits, a black negative five-volt power line and a red positive five-volt power line.
At present, most of the one-to-N charging data lines sold on the market are named after the data line, because the four connecting lines are required, and the manufacturing cost and load of the multifunctional data line are greatly increased. Not to mention the price of multi-function data lines, even if it is really available, its work efficiency will be greatly reduced due to compatibility with multiple devices. If the multi-function charging function is included, it will be caused by excessive load. Overheating at the connection caused fire hazard.
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