No (Modified versions of USB Type-A are reversible)
Serial Port, PS/2 Port, Game Port, Parallel Port
USB C (USB A is still widely used)
USB Type-A is a multi-use connector that is still commonly used today that was first produced in May of 1996. At the time of writing, USB Type-A is one of the most popular, widely known connectors in the world. Often known the primary connector for the USB standard, USB A is occasionally but technically incorrectly referred to as simply “USB”, which is the name of the standard under which USB Type A is designed. While technically discontinued as of August 29, 2019, the type A connector is still widely used and found on new devices everywhere.
USB 2.0 Revised
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