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Intel will launch Thunderbolt-based ‘USB 4’ which will deliver up to 40Gbps data transfer speed

Intel will launch Thunderbolt-based ‘USB 4’ which will deliver up to 40Gbps data transfer speed: Reports are coming that the USB 4 is about to be launch soon. The leaks are claiming that the USB 4 will deliver up to 40Gbps for sure. You all should know that the USB Promoter Group said on Tuesday key specifications for USB 4. Sources are saying that the next version of the connector for PCs and smartphones will work on this new USB and that will make you all amazed. Reports are coming that the lasted version of USB is going to take blow in the mind.

USB4 with 40Gbps data transfers, 100W power delivery announced

People are saying that the USB is going to me much faster than the current USB 3.2 standards. The various forums are saying that the new version uses the same two-lane operation as the USB Type-C. Reports are coming that the new 40Gbps data transfer rate will make things easier for the users. It will also be backward compatible with USB 3.2, USB 2.0 and Thunderbolt 3 connectors too. We are pretty sure that you all are going to love the new product.

Sources are saying that the USB 4.0 is based on Intel’s Thunderbolt protocol. Now, a range of PC makers could include Windows, macOS, and Linux can make things perfect because the new USB 4 will work for it. You all should know that the Intel claims there are over 400 PC designs that support Thunderbolt 3. Whatever! People are going to love the new USB 4 for sure and it will boost the charging timing too.

You all should know that the, USB Promoter Group Chairman, said, “The primary goal of USB is to deliver the best user experience combining data, display and power delivery over a user-friendly and robust cable and connector solution.” Also, he added, “The USB4 solution specifically tailors bus operation to further enhance this experience by optimising the blend of data and display over a single connection and enabling the further doubling of performance.”