USB Type-C is a newer type of USB connector that is designed to be reversible, meaning it can be inserted into a device in either orientation. It is also a smaller size compared to the traditional USB Type-A connector. USB Type-C offers faster data transfer speeds and can also be used to charge devices, transfer power, and even display video. It also supports USB Power Delivery (USB PD) which allows for faster charging and can charge devices up to 100W. USB Type-C is becoming increasingly popular and is used in a variety of devices such as smartphones, laptops, and tablets. Additionally, USB Type-C supports alternate modes such as HDMI, DisplayPort, and Thunderbolt, allowing it to connect to a variety of devices and peripherals.