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  • zanny
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    I wonder why USB never made a color code specification for cables / ports. IE, yellow ring for power only, blue for serial only, green for display, red for parallel / full spec. For the power spec orange could be "fast" charging capable up to the rated limit whereas yellow would only be up to the usual 5v.

    As it is you are buying C cables that may or may not support dozens of features being plugged into ports that could do anything.

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  • ShFil
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    Meh, again usb type c. Its adaptation strategy is such a nightmare.

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  • brent
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    So does this support PCIe or not? I think this was one major feature where it still wasn't clear which direction USB would take. I of course hope it does retain PCIe support from Thunderbolt! Everything else sounds great - especially the flexible bandwidth allocation.

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  • AsuMagic
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    Soon to be renamed Ultraspeed USB 4.2.0 Gen 2.2x4 40Gbps?

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  • phoronix
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    USB 4.0 "USB4" Specification Published

    Phoronix: USB 4.0 "USB4" Specification Published

    As expected after Intel provided Thunderbolt 3 to the USB Promoter Group royalty-free earlier this year, the USB 4.0 "USB4" specification was published today and indeed based on the Thunderbolt protocol specification...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...tion-Published
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