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Thursday, December 23, 1999
How It Works: IEEE 1394


"..IEEE 1394: a high-speed, serial input/output bus for computer peripherals and consumer electronics, capable of transfer speeds of up to 400 megabits per second.

PRO: fastest external input/output bus available; supports up to 63 devices at once; optimal for bandwidth-hungry devices such as digital video cameras and external storage devices. CON: not as widely implemented as Universal Serial Bus; needs fast CPU.."



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