I really love USB-C. As far as I see it there are just upsides with the new standard. The connector is easier to use (no more trying to figure out the correct way to insert the cable) and it can be used for everything from data-transfer to charging your computer. This means that in a not to distant future you should be able to charge most of your devices with just one charger.
At home I have a HP Spectre 13 that only comes with USB-C-connectors and recently I upgraded to a brand new 15? Mac Book Pro at work, a computer also exclusively using USB-C. As much as I love the USB-C-port I do miss regular USB-ports on these computers. I also have several devices that still uses some other port than USB-C, for example a few Android devices that use Micro-USB and some Apple-devices with Lightning-ports.
This is where the EVRI 80W USB C Charging Station comes in. This is a slim 80W-charger with one USB-C and four QuickCharge 3-compatible USB 3.1-ports. It can charge everything from a phone to a Mac Book Pro via the USB-C-port and also other devices via the USB 3.0-ports.