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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Intel frees its peripheral tech.
USB 3.0 rebranded yet again.
Aims to block fake accessories.
Future Vives sure to get Type-C connectivity.
8th Gen Intel cores, USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C.
1.6GB/s sustained transfer.
Compatible with existing Type-C cables, too.
Can power compatible devices, too.
Aims to kills the headphone jack.
Ignition Boost to get things spinning.
No fire risk, thankfully.
First to offer 10Gb/s certification.
While we wait for Z170 ROG to land, here's the lowdown on Asus' new mainstream Deluxe board
More SATA ports, too.
The best of both worlds.
Twice the Type Cs of Apple's new MacBook.
Using an early version of the Asus Z97-A USB 3.1 motherboard, we put the new tech to the test
Now a LaCie-brand exclusive feature.
MSI has loaned us its USB 3.1 prototype setup with two Intel SSDs in RAID
Your move, Thunderbolt.
Merges DisplayPort and USB 3.1.
10Gb/s USB ports to hit the market soon.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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