The USB 3.0 Promoter Group today announced the completion of the USB Type-C spec allowing new devices to have far slimmer USB cables and connectors. It also supports SuperSpeed and USB power upto 100w
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The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has approved the specifications for the next version of its data port technology as USB 3.1, previously known as USB SuperSpeed +, which boosts the top data speed to 10 Gbps
Intel has revealed that USB 3.0 SuperSpeed will soon receive a specifications boost, allowing for power output of up to 100 watts through a single port, which could remove the need for custom chargers
The New Year is bringing new data speeds for the techie in all of us drool. This time we are getting a new USB 3.0 speed, taking the current ‘SuperSpeed' 5 Gbps to the double figures of 10 Gbps.
According to a report from EETimes.com, Intel has pushed plans to support USB 3.0 in its chipsets back until 2011. Without Intel's support for the standard, motherboard and gadget makers will be forced to hold...