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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
Acer, the first Windows hardware company to put in Thunderbolt ports in its PC products, has decided to dump the Intel developed technology in favor of USB 3.0.
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
Intel has revealed that it will launch a new version of its Thunderbolt technology in 2014, which will offer 20 Gbps of throughput speed, which is double what the current Thunderbolt tech offers.
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.
Microsoft is one of the supporters behind a new USB standard, USB PD that, when it launches, could be used to power up larger electronic devices such as laptops, PC monitors, and even workstations.
It's looking like Windows support for Intel's fast Thunderbolt data port technology might debut later this month when Intel launches its Ivy Bridge series of CPUs.
USB 3.0, the newest and fastest version of the USB port technology, will start appearing on both smartphone products and on tablets by the end of 2012, according to the industry's standards group.
Thunderbolt, the superfast data and video port developed by Intel, may finally appear on Windows-based PCs starting in April 2012 after first appearing on Apple PCs.
The fast Thunderbolt port, which was introduced earlier this year in Apple's MacBook notebook, will make its Windows PC debut in 2012 in products made by Acer and Asus.
Microsoft's official Windows 8 blog site has confirmed that the upcoming next version of Microsoft's operating system will support the new USB 3.0 port interface.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has announced that it is creating a brand new power delivery specification, which they feel will help to “extend the capabilities and usages” of cable bus power.
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