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Game Consoles with USB 3.0 – XBox One and PS4

Microsoft unveiled the XBox One this week.  The Press Conference revealed what we should have known (from reading about the Kinect 2) that the XBox One and the Kinect 2 have USB 3.0.

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Posted in Digital Home, Gaming, USB 3.0, XBox 360 Kinect |

 

Why my Video Cameras and Digital Cameras really need USB 3.0

On my last Ski Vacation, I overfilled my GoPro video camera with videos.  I used a 32 GB SD card.  I have 3 32GB SD Cards.   I decided to stop buying them because I don’t want to keep buying cards. I know several people who just buy the cards, and store them forever.

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Posted in Digital Home, Digital Video, DSC, NAND Flash, SD, USB 3.0 |

 

New Game Consoles PS4 and XBox Kinect 2 to have USB 3.0

Microsoft Durango Kinect

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Posted in Digital Home, Gesture Control, USB 3.0, USB 3.0 Adoption, XBox 360 Kinect |

 

USB 3.0 at Home

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Posted in Digital Home, DTV, Uncategorized, USB 3.0, USB 3.0 PHY |

 

An explanation of the USB Video Class (UVC)

Video Class, in this case, means moving video from a web camera or digital video camera to another device like a display, or PC, or game console.

UVC is built into Windows, Mac OX, Linux, FreeBSD, and the PS3.

Simply, UVC makes it easier by standardizing video drivers. So any Video Camera could use the standard UVC driver in those platforms. The Video Camera maker only needs to worry about the embedded firmware in the Video Camera itself.

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Posted in Digital Home, DVC, Featured |

 

The World’s First USB 3.0 BluRay Player and DVR from Panasonic

 

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Posted in Digital Home, DTV, USB 3.0, USB 3.0 Products |

 

USB 3.0 in the Digital Home–Part 2

With TV’s as the primary display, people plug their SD cards and USB sticks/drivers directly into their TV so they can watch their content directly.  Every TV in China supports this today.  Possible due to the high availability of digital content (piracy).

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Posted in Conversation Central, Digital Home |

 

USB 3.0 in the Digital Home–Part 1

If you are like most people…

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Posted in Digital Home, USB Humor |