USB-C is commonly found on most computers and tablets sold today. It’s the port that can do it all HDMI, USB-A, SD, Micro SD, and wired internet. But to access all of these features you’re going to need some adapters. Or are you?
Have you ever been in a situation where you’re using your iMac or MacBook and it’s going really fast when multitasking such as video or photo editing or maybe just watching a movie while surfing the web and writing a paper. Then your computer gets really, really hot to the touch and the speed drops noticeably. Well then you might have experienced thermal throttling.