Differences USB 3.0 and USB 2.0
Many new people already use USB. USB itself is a way of communication between computer devices with the fabric. USB usage is frequently encountered on the computer, print, scanner, mouse, flash, etc. USB itself has evolved from USB 2.0 menjai original USB 3.0.
Unlike with USB 2.0, USB 3.0 technology introduced since 2007. The advantages brought by the USB 3.0 when compared to USB 2.0 is the data transfer speed (transfer rate) that can reach 5 Gbit / sec. nearly 10x USB 2.0 right? Another difference is the length of data cable problems. If the USB 2.0, you are advised manambah with a maximum cable length of 3 M to keep the data transfer speed remains accurate. In the USB 3.0 cable length is no longer a factor that affects the speed of data transfer. In addition, USB 2.0 requires a power supply of 900 mA maximum.
USB 3.0 USB 2.0
Excess USB 3.0
Another advantage of USB 3.0 USB 2.0 is compared with its full duplex, meaning that the USB host can send and receive data continuously. As for the pin plug, USB 3.0 has a pin amounted to 5 pieces. But USB 3.0 also has a weakness
Weaknesses USB 3.0
One drawback of USB 3.0 is no support from the operating system. In the meantime, you have to install additional drivers from the vendor in order to support USB 3.0 technology. In addition, a new bit of hardware (hardware) that has USB 3.0 support. Therefore, only a few among many who have been using USB 3.0 technology.
While the USB 2.0 technology was introduced in about April 2000. For the transfer rate (transfer rate), USB 2.0 can reach a maximum of 480 Mbit / sec. USB 2.0 requires a power supply of 500mA maximum. As for the pin plug on the USB 2.0 consists of 4 pieces.