USB Net Gross Data Rate, USB 3, 2, 1?
The USB Net Gross Data Rate!
In Byte per second:
USB 1 1.0 MB/s 1.5 MB/s
USB 2 40 MB/s 60 MB/s
USB 3 300 MB/s 625 MB/s
USB 3.1 900 MB/s 1,25 GB/s
In Bit per second:
USB 1 8.0 MBit/s 12 MBit/s
USB 2 320 MBit/s 480 MBit/s
USB 3 2400 MBit/s 5 GBit/s
USB 3.1 7200 MBit/s 10 GBit/s
More about USB: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB
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