What is the difference between a USB port& a high-speed USB port?

Answer The difference between a USB port and high-speed USB port is speed. USB 1.1 ports are capable of a maximum transfer rate of 12Mbits/second, while the new high-speed 2.0 ports are capable of 480Mbi... Read More »

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What is a high power usb port?

According to the USB Implementers Forum, a high-power USB port must provide more than 100 milliamps (mA) of power. Most modern USB ports are high power—one exception is the ports on a USB hub tha... Read More »

What is a high speed USB port?

A high-speed Universal Serial Bus port is a computer port that can handle USB 2.0 or greater. The top speed of such a port is 480 megabits per second, which is 40 times faster than USB 1.1.Source:E... Read More »

How to install a high speed usb port on a computer?

A USB port is only to transfer signals from/to your computer from/to an external tool such as a HDD or Thumb drive, etc. It doesn't enhance any of your operating system. If you have a small CPU the... Read More »

What is the difference between a USB port and Firewire to capture you video to you computer?

USB is Universal Serial Bus and Firewire is Apple's name for IEEE 1394. They are completely different protocols for transferring data from one electronic device to another.Most camcorders transfer... Read More »