Can someone please explain what the differences are, if any, between a usb series a, and b cable.A neighbour has just asked, and after feeling extremely silly for not knowing, I said I would find out.Looks like something else I can learn today!ThanksSteve
Type A is like the one on a computer.Type B is found on for example a printer or digital camera.or click here click here
Got it.My printer for example then, has an "a" connector to the pc, and a "b" connector to the device itself.
The plugs - the A plug is the flat rectangular type, the B is the square with two rounded off corner. Most USB leads ate A to B but you can get A to A, B to B or Socket A to A as an extension cable.
I had seen the plugs in question, but honestly had never given it any thought.I'll go and tell my neighbour, and ask him why he wanted to know.Thanks both,Steve.Btw, I still feel silly for not knowing, lol!
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