Meanwhile, a developer at Intel's Open Source Technology Center has been working on USB 3.0 support for the Linux kernel that has reportedly been finalized. Furthermore, the developer has released instructions on how to get USB 3.0 working already – despite an obvious lack of USB 3.0 hardware out there.
We agree there's little point to the achievement for now. But in the meantime, if you are interested in learning what future USB 3.0 holds for us, check out this article detailing everything you need to know about the technology.
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