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A guide to understanding USB technology - A guide to understanding USB technology
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"Universal Serial Bus devices have been around since 1995. In computer years that seems like a lifetime. In that lifetime we’ve seen two distinct generations of USB technology – USB 1.0 and USB 2.0. Back in August 2008, the specification of the USB 3.0 technology was announced and now it will soon be time for implementation. We can expect to see devices based on USB 3.0 technology later this year (2009). This article describes the history of USB, technical differences between the various iterations and the future of USB technology. It will also help you update an old computer for USB 2.0 support."
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