The USB-C USB connector gradually replaces the standard A-type, and they do this for a number of reasons: they are small and manageable, adjustable, have high data transfer rates, daisy-chain support, and long-term tethering. For these reasons, more and more devices are installed, and at least you have this port on the PC it starts to become almost necessary.
Options if you have a laptop
Unfortunately, if you have a laptop and do not have USB-C ports you will have to go out and buy adapter
Of course, you have these adapters both in the form of a cable and in the form of a simple adapter, but the most reasonable option for a laptop is to get, as you wear, a USB port that incorporates some of these ports.
Options to add USB-C ports to the desktop PC
When you have a desktop PC, things change (though logically and we can use computer options the same way), because they have so much flexibility by allowing us to add or change components. In this case the easiest option is to get an PCIe expansion card with USB-C ports
There are also many different options for communication, so we invite you to explore options that fit exactly what you need and your budget. However you see that it is not too expensive, because for less than 30 euros we can add a Type-C port and another Type-A at the same time.
Of course, this type of add-on card adds ports to the back of the PC, so the other option we have is to add ports to the PC but previously correctly. front adapter, which we can include several ports if we have 5.25 ″ / 3.5 ″ boxes available in the box.
In this case we will also need a SATA power supply connector, as well as an internal USB 3.0 motherboard connector to work.
Finally, the other option we have is to directly change the case and include USB-C ports on the front, and there are many similarities to the Corsair Crystal 680X for example. Of course, you have to make sure that your motherboard has a compatible connector.