The popular coming behind many smartphone glass, Corning is now all set to retail their new cable USB 3.0 which is thinner, lighter, and bendable to your heart’s desire. It can deliver theoretical peak speeds of 5 gigabits-per-second up to 30 meters.
These cables are thinner up to 50% and lighter as much as up to 80% than comparable copper cables, Corning said. And they can withstand bending, squeezing, and tangling without damage.
These are the future of device connectivity flows through Optical Cables by Corning.
- 5 Gb/s data rate
- Compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 devices**
- Ultra-slim, “zero-bend” radius cable
- Extends USB device reach without additional power supply
- Hot swappable
- Built in overcurrent protection
- Enabled by Corning® ClearCurve® VSDN® optical fiber
- Class 1 Laser Products
The optical cable is compatible with existing USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports on cameras, storage devices, printers, displays and other peripherals. The longest USB 3.0 copper cables extend to 10 meters, but have different connectors and built-in signal repeaters to extend data transfers. They retail at 110$ for cable type A-to-A. Standard USB 3.0 A-to-A copper cables mostly extend to 3 meters, are under $10 on Amazon.
What this means is that you can transfer data of all your backup hard drives, printers, internal hard disk etc from one room to the other with unbelievable transfer with the brilliance of light to connect computers and devices over longer distances.
via Corning website