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I am actually really for USB-C in our products.

It makes a lot of sense to use USB-C, a sturdy and reversible connector, especially for devices that have female micro-USB ports for power. Using USB-C as a replacement for the male USB-A plug might also make sense down the line, but I don't think we are there yet.

We'll see what the future holds ;)

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One other question, if in the future Hak5 makes devices with USB-C will they also have USB-A versions too? I am able to get a newer computer when the time comes, but my questions is for someone who can't afford a newer computer and still wants to use the devices.

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