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    Default Intelís Thunderbolt Technology

    different connectors
    on modern PCs can quickly
    devolve into a confusing mess
    for many consumers. USB 2.0,
    USB 3.0, SATA, eSATA, Firewire,
    HDMI, DVI, Displayport and the list
    goes on. For file transfer alone
    there are numerous protocols,
    each of which supports different
    data transfer rates
    Years ago Intel began developing
    what they hoped would become
    a standardized I/O technology
    which could replace a large
    number of these connector and
    cable formats while offering
    optimal performance for a
    media-hungry market. Their
    efforts ended up centering on a
    format dubbed Light Peak which
    used an optical connection to
    push bandwidth to unheard-of
    speeds.
    Light Peak technology was first
    announced and demonstrated to
    the public in 2009 and has been
    gradually fine tuned on a number
    of fronts. Connectors have finally
    been chosen, file transfer
    protocols were decided upon
    and partners came on board. The
    end result is simply called
    Thunderbolt.
    Thunderbolt will first be seen on
    Apple ís new line of MacBook Pro
    laptops
    more in depth
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    Default Re: Intelís Thunderbolt Technology

    There is already a thread about this
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    Default Re: Intelís Thunderbolt Technology

    Sry, @aayman_farzand delete the thread immediately.
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