Many new innovations came earlier this year but this may change the way you buy laptops. The next laptop you may buy with a USB-C port could be more useful than you thought. Intel today recently unveiled Thunderbolt 3, which uses an identical port design as its USB brethren. If Apple sticks with its current MacBook design, you may not need an adaptor to hook with external hardware through Thunderbolt. This Thunderbolt simplifies the sea of ports which we currently using and make the standard available to large section of people. Thunderbolt not just offers convenience but also deliver a 40Gbps connection speed over Thunderbolt, which is a really impressive one. This speed is double the speed of Thunderbolt 2, 10 Gbps USB 3.1 and DisplayPort 1.2.
The new Thunderbolt 3 will also support dual 4K 60 Hz displays, in addition to blazing file speed transfers. One amazing feature of Thunderbolt 3 is that it can be able to use for regular USB work, which can come handy in connecting the older devices. The availability of the Thunderbolt 3 won’t be long as Intel says the first Thunderbolt 3 products should be made available later this year.