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USB

Universal Serial Bus informatics An external bus with transfer rates up to 12 Mbps, which accommodates up to 127 peripherals, replacing serial and parallel ports. Cf Firewire.
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If you're a photographer constantly transferring shots to the next-generation devices with the new USB Type-C port, such as new MacBook and Chromebook, you'll want a Transcend's USB-C card reader always close at hand.
The chassis is USB 3.0-compatible and features a fully compliant LXI interface with the option of using a Wi-Fi dongle (sold separately).
Not only does this Huijin Parts USB hub offer three USB ports with USB 3.2 technology, it also includes a type C charging adapter for mobile phones, tablets, and other similar USB devices.
That means a USB Type-C connector can either be USB 2.0 capable of 480Mbps, USB 3.
The wireless and computing (PC) segments currently driving the USB Type C adoption will continue to be the largest product segments through 2021.
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* USB 2.0 high-speed (480 Mbps) syncing of multiple device types--irrespective of manufacturer.
In its place, though, there's a new problem: USB power.
If you buy a new backup hard drive, chances are it'll have an ultra-fast USB 3.0 interface.
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