If you have many devices, you might run out of outlets to use if you use individual chargers. The simple solution is to use a multi-port USB charger.
USB 3.0 enables a 5Gbps data transfer speed in a cable, hub or other accessory and device designed with the super-speed specification in mind.
TTL circuitry, since the early 1960’s has been widely used in integrated circuit designs in computers, industrial controls and other consumer electronics.
USB to serial information article explaining the fundamental differences between RS232, RS422, and RS485 serial protocols.
A USB switch is a device that allows a USB printer, scanner, or other device to be shared between two separate computers.
The USB to ISO device is connected between multiple circuits that must allow communication even if the ground and potential may be different.
In the modern day, we use data transfer cable that makes moving and copying files a snap. The leading type of cable is the USB (Universal Serial Bus) cable.