USB-IF certifies 50 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 products

By Matthew ยท 8 replies
Mar 3, 2010
  1. The floodgates are officially open, folks. Companies around the globe have introduced a range USB 3.0 products, and more are on the way. The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has certified 50 SuperSpeed USB products, including motherboards, notebooks, external storage devices, storage controllers, PCI Express and ExpressCard add-in cards, hard disk drives, and device-enabling silicon.

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  2. Timonius

    Timonius TS Evangelist Posts: 647   +58

    I wouldn't mind seeing an mp3 player with usb 3.0 soon.
  3. Wagan8r

    Wagan8r TS Evangelist Posts: 603   +64

    So, would it be possible to stream a Blu-ray movie over one of these cables?
  4. pyari

    pyari TS Rookie Posts: 66

    can't wait to use it to copy paste large storage is rapidly changing our life style.......big and big files are needed for day to day usb 3 would be easier to have one.
  5. fref

    fref TS Enthusiast Posts: 153

    And Intel is still not moving as far as USB 3.0 is concerned... Their decision just doesn't make sense.
  6. InsaneVr6

    InsaneVr6 TS Booster Posts: 221

    Intel apparently won't have USB 3.0 items until next year. Which is sad, but I always liked Intel so I can wait until I see what they release.

    I recently did a backup of my computer on an external HD and I would of liked to have USB 3.0 because it would have went SO much faster.

    Guess I just have to wait.
  7. Renegeek

    Renegeek TS Enthusiast Posts: 93

    I belive i saw a pci card, to get the usb 3.0. and also with mp3, dig camra's and other devices would be so cool... to have this speed... and people with USB video devices, that would be sweet.
  8. levar

    levar TS Rookie Posts: 229

    Nice wonder if they're any AMD mobo's that's using Superspeed and support Phenon II chips, lemme start searching. I can't wait to start seeing USB3.0 drives in walmart on the PSP, on media devices of sorts.
  9. You could stream many movies at the same time over this cable.
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