Wednesday, 5 June 2013


After previewing the next-generation of Thunderbolt at the NAB Show 2013 back in April, Intel officially announced the new version, dubbed Thunderbolt 2.

The original Thunderbolt — which Intel developed with Apple and released in 2011 — is a high-speed connection standard that offers transfer speeds of up to 10Gbps. That makes it faster than the far more ubiquitous USB-3 and ideal for data-intensive tasks such as video editing.

Adoption of the technology has happened relatively slowly (aside from Apple, of course), and accessories are finally starting to hit the market at competitive price points. So does Thunderbolt have a future? Read more...

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