Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Gareth Halfacree, 13 Aug 2014.
No more fumbling in the dark.
It's about time. Why is it that you always plug a USB connector in the wrong way round on the first attempt - no matter how careful you are?
So after the recent USB issues highlighted by Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell, could some form of security be built into this new USB connection or because the issue is with the firmware in each USB memory stick it has to be on the stick side?
Even when you look at the thing your plugging in, and think, right it needs to go that way, you still end up the wrong way round!
Now that we finally have a de-facto standart for charging phones, we change the design.....grrrrrreat.
Annnnnnnnd, queue the Apple lawsuit!
Now if only it could be used to transmit 200hz 4k video signal
You'll need at least 42Gbit/s of bandwidth for that. You're going to need either some very smart engineering or fibre-optic cable to carry that.
I was thinking more along the lines of
That things **** all use. No 240vac support.
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