- News tagged "usb 3.1"
Friday, 8 May 2015
MSI has announced the 990FXA Gaming motherboard based on AMD's AM3+ socket. It is the first AMD motherboard to offer support for both USB 3.1 and the new NVMe storage protocol utilized by Intel's latest 750 series PCIe SSDs.
Vantec has announced the NexStar HDD enclosures and a PCIe host controller card that will support the latest USB 3.1 standard. The enclosure is meant to be paired with the add-on card to allow users to maximize the benefits of USB 3.1
Friday, 17 Apr 2015
InfiniteUSB-C is the answer to the USB-C port limitation of the new MacBook. Read on to find out more about this new adapter
Tuesday, 17 Mar 2015
ASUS has announced the TUF Sabertooth X99 motherboard at CeBIT, which will feature support for all NVMe storage devices, the latest USB 3.1 standard and a five-year warranty. If you need a board that can impress and be well equipped for the years ahead, you've got to check this out!
CeBIT 2015 will see ASRock debut its refreshed line up of Intel Z97 and X99 motherboards featuring USB 3.1 support. Selected boards will also support the new USB Type-C port which will be compatible with next-generation mobile devices. Hit the link for more information.
Tuesday, 10 Mar 2015
Apple’s brought back the MacBook and now it comes with a 12” Retina display, the new Force Touch trackpad, a choice of gold, silver and space grey. Hit the jump for more.
Friday, 6 Mar 2015
ASUS has implemented USB 3.1 functionality across a wide range of motherboards. Some come with built-in support while others require new USB 3.1 add-in cards; read on to uncover the details.
Wednesday, 31 Dec 2014
USB 3.1's been announced for awhile now but currently, there's been nothing that uses the tech. That's set to change early next year at CES.
Friday, 4 Apr 2014
The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has released pictures of the new USB 3.1 cable that features Type-C connectors. The new connector is reversible, much like Apple’s orientation-agnostic Lightning cable.
Thursday, 5 Dec 2013
A new USB Type-C connector will be added to the existing USB 3.1 spec, and the design is expected to finalize by the middle of 2014. A key feature is that it's now reversible.