STOP USING USB 3.0 MICRO-B ON EXTERNAL HARD DRIVES!

Can someone tell me why this is ALWAYS the case? Why do they keep using micro ports on external hard drives when there’s clearly enough space for a full-size B-port? The reason I’m asking is because I currently have a drive that disconnects upon the slightest touch on the USB plug. It’s too thin for something as large as an external 3 terabyte hard drive!

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