It seems every gadget maker is hopping on the Universal Serial Bus.
USB, as it is commonly known, has emerged as a standard for all the cables and software drivers that connect computers with anything digital, from CD burners and MP3 players to keyboards, scanners and cameras.
But not all USB connections are equal, and products that flaunt the latest version, USB 2.0, aren’t necessarily as speedy as consumers might expect. (full story)
My spin: I’ve successfully and pleasantly used MANY USB devices and look forward to USB 2.0’s higher speeds.
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