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“SuperSpeed” USB 3.0 Demoed at IDF
Intel Developer Forum (IDF) is scheduled to be held next week, where some manufacturers will present their own hardware using USB 3.0 technology.
The next-generation USB 3.0 (SuperSpeed USB) boosts the data transfer rate 10 times over current technology, while also improving power efficiency.
Point Grey Research will roll out a prototype high-performance digital video camera that integrates a 3-megapixel Sony “IMX036″ CMOS (complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor) image sensor to output 1080p high-definition images at 60 frames per second. Fujitsu will bring its laptop which features an NEC Electronics “host controller” chip that will exchange data with an external SuperSpeed USB drive from Buffalo Technology.
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