USB 3.2 Is Official And Offers Up To 20Gbps Speed: There were never more options – or faster – to exchange data between devices. You can upload your files to the cloud, transfer them by email, Bluetooth and many other ways, although right now the most important is USB, notably on PC. That’s why it is essential that the standards continue to progress and reform in general terms.
The good news for those who prefer to use the cable to transfer information is that the USB Implementers Forum, tasked with giving approval to each new connection standard, has approved the USB 3.2, whose specifications make it the most superior up now.
The connection speed of the new USB 3.2 is up to 20 Gbps, but to take advantage, you need to have compatible ports, something that definitely will not happen for several years. On the other hand, it does support current Type C USB cable.
To achieve this unbelievable transfer speed, 3.2 uses multiple channels to increase the speed of sending. It is a fully fledged strike for Thunderbolt, the standard designed and produced by Intel.
As we know, the new USB standard and the new Type-C USB cables are previously used even in laptops to charge the battery. The latest USB devices can provide up to 100W of power to charge laptops and other devices without problems.
The addition of USB 3.2 will allow to trigger the performance of the transfers and excite the war with Thunderbolt 3.
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