USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a standard type of connection used for connecting a computer with devices such as scanners, printers, digital cameras, and other external hard drives. It is a cross-platform technology supported by most of the operating systems. It was first established in 1995 and then quickly adopted by Microsoft, Intel, Compaq and other companies. It can send power to certain devices such as smartphones and tablets and also charge their batteries.

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