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Intel launches Thunderbolt 3, will use USB Type-C connector

At Computex 2015, Intel has announced Thunderbolt 3, a new iteration of the company's high bandwidth hardware interface. And for the first time, Intel has ditched Thunderbolt's proprietary connector, instead opting to funnel everything through the soon-to-be-ubiquitous USB Type-C connector.

You can read from LaCie's Little Big Disk at 1,375 MB/s

LaCie has announced the world's fastest consumer-grade external storage solution today, dubbed the Little Big Disk. Inside the flagship portable drive you'll find two PCI Gen 2 solid state drives, each with a capacity of 500 GB for a total…

Intel showcases 20Gbps-capable second-gen Thunderbolt technology

Intel unveiled the second generation of their speedy Thunderbolt connectivity technology during the National Association of Broadcasters conference yesterday. The next generation interface boasts data rates of 20Gbps in both directions which is double the speed of existing Thunderbolt applications.

Thunderbolt-Equipped Gigabyte Z77X-UP5TH Meets Velociraptor Duo Review

Unveiled at the 2009 Intel Developer Forum, Thunderbolt wouldn't make its debut into an actual product until two years later with Apple's MacBook Pro 2011 refresh, and then another one until it finally started to find its way into PCs.

With most Thunderbolt-enabled products available today being storage-related, we wanted to see what the new Gigabyte Z77X-UP5 TH motherboard and its dual Thunderbolt ports had to offer in terms of performance. The best way to accomplish that, in our opinion, is to test the new ultra-fast Western Digital My Book Velociraptor Duo, which has a pair of 10,000RPM Velociraptor hard drives.