Thunderbolt vs USB 3.0 vs eSATA

Thunderbolt vs USB 3.0 vs eSATA | News | TechRadar

eSATA delivers 3Gbps, with older eSATA 1.5 devices offering 1.5Mbps; USB 3.0, also known as Superspeed USB, goes up to 5Gbps; and Thunderbolt is a very respectable 10Gbps. As Intel puts it, that’s enough to “transfer a full-length HD movie in less than 30 seconds”.

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