· High throughput, USB 3.0 is also called SuperSpeed USB, and its transfer speed is 10 times faster than the previous generation of USB 2.0, from 480 Mbps to 4.8 Gbps.
· High power supply, using USB 3.0 charging connector for electronic products, charging time will save nearly half
· "High energy consumption", USB 3.0 control chip introduces intelligent energy-saving design, enabling it to have a green "power management" concept
· Full support for older standard devices, USB 3.0 is backward compatible to USB 2.0 interface
USB 3.0 applications will grab the market from external storage devices, including external hard drives, solid state drives, mobile hard drives, memory cards and other products, and then gradually spread to other devices such as laptops, desktop computers, and mobile phones.
According to market research firm forecasts, by 2013, the global USB 3.0 interface will reach 1 billion, accounting for 25% of the global USB market. Digitimes Research also estimates that global USB 3.0 shipments will challenge 2.3 billion units in 2015, with a compound annual growth rate of 89%.