The original USB form factor, USB A is still as popular today as when it was first launched in 1996. It is instantly recognisable and has stood the test of time in the face of new USB variants that have launched since it's introduction.
Full size USB remains a vital I/O connection for a vast array of electronics and equipment we see in the market today. USB2.0 and USB3.0 are the two key versions of full size USB.
Despite being the largest USB form factor available, it is still a relatively compact connector. It's the all-round USB solution, a tried and tested option at a good price point.View all FULL SIZE USB Products
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There are 3 main types of full size USB2.0 and USB3.0. USB Type A and two slightly different versions of USB Type B to accommodate SuperSpeed USB3.0.
The table below shows compatible mating configurations between Full Size USB interface types.
Whilst both versions of full size USB are still very popular and can be more than sufficient for its intended application, there are instances where the 3.0 variant has some distinct advantages: