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At the end of last year the USB Implementation Forum met _ Microsoft is on the board of directors while the chairman/president is Jason Ziller of Intel _ and decided that the matter was perhaps too clear, too transparent to the customer. Rotten customers were asking what version USB was installed on a machine and if it was USB 1.1 they thought it inferior to USB 2.
The Forum came up with a clever way of dealing with this.
In December it announced that henceforth USB 1.1 would be called USB 2 and USB 2 would continue to be called USB 2.
Det lyder jo unægteligt ikke særligt godt og hvis det passer så er der hermed skabt stor mistillid til hardware-branchen - for hvad kan man bruge en specifikation eller standard til, hvis standardisøren ikke overholder den eller bare døber den om ???
For yderligere at underbygge der er tale om storsnyd, så læs det hér:
To help the public grasp this subtle distinction USB 2, which was the old USB 1.1, would have ``Full Speed'' added to its title and USB 2, which was USB 2, would have ``Hi-Speed'' added.
Så man syntes lige man ville kalde den gamle, langsomme USB 1.1 for "Full Speed" - jaja der er sikkert bare et spørgsmål om, at forstå at folk sikkert ikke ville tro at Full Speed var den langsomme (NOT!).
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