The impressive thing about technology is that it keeps changing. Inventors and developers keep finding new ways to improve existing technologies, and it can be both a bad thing and a good thing depending on where you’re coming from.
If you’re the type who likes new technology and buying the latest ones you can find, you may like the latest one, which is USB 4. If you’re someone who is practical and would like to get more purposes out of your gadgets, then you may already be using and more comfortable with the USB 3.x.
The invention of the USB 3.x series was deemed an innovation in cross-platform technology, and a lot of people welcomed its coming because it was faster than USB 2.0 and compatible with all past versions. Since it was released a little longer in 2008, it’s understandable that most devices are compatible with it. The same can’t be said for USB 4, and because of USB 4’s selective compatibility, it won’t be as useful to people who don’t have the latest gadgets and devices.
It can be quite confusing for those who aren’t tech-savvy, but if you want to know more about the difference between USB 3.x and USB 4, check out this infographic for detailed visuals.
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