The new SuperSpeed USB 3.0’s has greatest impact In todays technology. SuperSpeed USB 3.0-certified products were introduced, including host controllers, adapter cards, motherboards, and hard drives. Still more uncertified USB 3.0 products are on the way, and they can’t get here fast enough.
Given that the certification labs are jammed up, though, you can expect companies to release USB 3.0 products without official certification. It will be hard to know whether the device truly lives up to its performance potential. According to In-Stat Research, by 2013, more than one-quarter of USB 3.0 products will support SuperSpeed USB 3.0.
USB 3.0 is its backward compatibility with USB 2.0. Hence you need a new cable and new host adapter or one of the Asus or Gigabyte motherboards that supports USB 3.0 to achieve USB 3.0, but you can still use the device on a USB 2.0 port and achieve typical USB 2.0 performance.
The theoretical throughput improvement offered by USB 3.0 is dramatic, a theoretical 10X jump over existing USB 2.0 hardware. USB 2.0 maxed out at a theoretical 480Mbps, while USB 3.0 can theoretically handle up to 5Gbps.
The performance was on a par with that of eSATA-but the benefit here is that USB 3.0 is a powered port, so you don’t need to have another external power supply running to the drive.
As soon USB 3.0 will be getting the interface into notebooks. HP and Fujitsu have announced limited USB 3.0 support on notebooks. Taiwanese notebook and desktop maker MSI indicated that it wouldn’t have USB 3.0 until, at the earliest, the third-quarter of this year. As Computer moving to USB 3.0 Now we can hope that digital cameras and camcorders and video cameras will also moving to USB 3.0.