The new format is called SD Express and expands existing SD cards with PCI Express and NVMe interfaces. These changes allow the cards to increase their maximum transfer speed to 985 MB / s and their maximum storage capacity to 128 TB, beyond the current limit of 2 TB. The 128 TB cards would be referred to as SD Ultra Capacity. SD Ultra capacity). However, the new SD Express format also applies to SDXC and SDHC cards and is available in SD and micoSD formats.
Vodafone will open pre-orders for its broadband service up to 900 Mbps on Friday, September 14th. Originally available only in Milton Keynes, the Vodafone Gigafast broadband service uses fiber optic cabling, even at home, every step of the way. This allows download and download speeds that are currently not offered by competitors.
The high-end package costs £ 43 per month for Vodafone mobile customers and £ 48 per month for non-mobile customers. This gives an average speed of 900 Mbps. You can also opt for packages with average speeds of 100 Mbps, 200 Mbps and 500 Mbps, from 23 euros per month. The Vodafone Broadband Router and its installation (worth € 49) are free. The package also includes a telephone line to pay at home without rent the line.
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The USB Type C (or simply USB-C) has reversible ports for faster charging and data transfer rates. With smaller ports smaller phones can be created. It can also support many types of data and energy through a single connection. Aside from Apple phones, almost every new phone over £ 200 has a USB-C port for charging. USB-C allows much faster charging and can deliver up to 100 watts at 20 volts (if you use the standard USB 3.1). This means that large devices can now be charged from USB, including laptops and tablets. Some proprietary charging technologies such as Qualcomm Quick Charge and Adaptive Fast Charging from Samsung are based on USB-C / 3.1 standards for even faster charging.