Saturday, January 12, 2008

USB 3.0 in the flesh - Engadget

Engadget reports: "Get ready, speed freaks. USB 3.0, the oft-rumored, much-discussed, rarely seen new standard heading our way has been spotted, sliced, chopped, and diced at CES 2008. Actually, we just got a chance to check the connectors and compare with the old 2.0 standard (which the reps tell us is backward compatible, of course). With speeds of 4.8 Gbit/s (600 MB/s), and a powering system which intelligently cuts the juice when you're not using a device, we have a feeling you'll want. Too bad we all have to wait till 2010... the year we make contact... with USB 3.0."

If you're interested in the new USB 3.0 standard you might want to check out these pictures. Although, there is not a lot of information in the 'article', and some of the pictures are hard to make out.
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