Not long ago, a branch organization of the USB Promoter Group has announced that it is preparing to release a standard USB 4. At the recent Computex 2019, journalists AnandTech talked with representatives of USB Promoter Group, and found that the specification USB4 is currently in version 0.7 and will be completed by the summer of this year.

USB 4.0 is based on the Intel Thunderbolt 3, which became public in March this year, and offers data transfer speeds up to 40 Gbit/S. in addition, USB 4.0 will use USB Type-C, providing backward compatibility not only with him but also with USB 2.0, USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt 3. The USB Promoter Group considering the possibility of changing the brand logo USB will allow you to easily distinguish connector support 4 USB from other USB Type-C.

In addition, USB 4. supports both HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 for video transmission with the ability to connect two 4K displays or a single 5K display and USB Power Delivery (power charging up to 100 watts).

The first devices that support USB 4, will go on sale towards the end of next year. As USB 4 based on Thunderbolt 3 in the first place it needs to appear in computers based on a hardware platform Intel.

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