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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 USB PORTS USB Stands for Universal Serial Bus A USB port is a standardcable connection interface on personal computers and consumer electronics. USB ports allow stand-alone electronicdevices to be connected via cables to a computer (or to each other). USB ports are very useful as they allows data to be transferred between devices in a fast and efficient way. USB ports can also supply electric power across the cable to devices without their own power source. You can plug cables into a USBport at any time regardless of whetherthe devices are on or off. Most computers feature more than one USB port Never randomly remove cables from a USB port, this can lose or corrupt data!!! History The first widely used version of USB was 1.1, which was released in September 1998. It had defined data transfer rates of 1.5 Mbit/s "Low Speed" and 12 Mbit/s "Full Speed" The USB 2.0 specification was released in April 2000. There is a higher tranfer rate which is resulting specification achieving 480 Mbit/s As of 2008, approximately six billion USB ports and interfaces were in the global marketplace Types of Ports The USB 3.0 specification was publishedon November 12th, 2008You could now store up to 5gb of information The future of USB ports is only going to grow from here, they are extremely necessary and are used on a day to day basis. They may create new types of ports or expand the space and speed of USB keys but we won't be saying goodbye to them anytime soon. Olinda S.
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