The most important revision of the "Universal Serial Bus" up to that date.
With a transmission speed of up to 4.8 Gbit/s or 600 Mb/s, which is 10 times faster than its predecessor, the USB3.0 standard was born, and from that moment on the specifications were opened to hardware developers for its application in future products.
º Higher transfer speeds of up to 4.8 Gbps
º Full-duplex data transfers (allows simultaneous transfer of data back and forth)
º Increased bus power to enable more power supply to devices.
º New power management features.
º New connectors and cables, but with the advantage of being compatible with version 2.0.
However, the race is not over, nor will it end...
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