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Old Aug 5, 2002, 11:10 AM   #1
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As the sun sets on USB 1.1 and is rising on 2.0 some thoughts in questions With the computer having no bottlekneck that come into play, do all 1.1 readers download at same speed as HD and CDRW drive numbers mean not alot on speed when compared with other brands and models ie u/100 u/133, 40x32x20. buffer annd other items become factor. Next At what amount stored on card would there be a wait (1.1) for load after doing the series of clicks from drive letter. If all drivers are equal than newer features as multi slot, copyy from 1 slot to another would be decideing factor on 2.0 upgrade when reetireing the 1.1 for 2.0.
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We were discussing USB vs Firewire over here:

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Thanks for another cutting edge reply. Trying too actually git more on the 1.1 in this numbers driven country. When you say how much faster 2.0 is, the 1st time buyer thinks with a 1.1 reader and a 32meg card its going to take forever if they do not get a 2.0 USB reader. This society loves big numbers. Are you "AMD or Intel" powered? Anyway hoping to get enough out that a $15 USB 1.1 is a fast Item for most with some performance numbers/times. Thanks for the link NHL.
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