What is it with you and USB 3.x, that means nothing. pick a standard 3.0, 3.1, 3.2.OK then why did you say "Users don't need the speed" then? Since the connector type doesn't have to be linked with the bus speed, seems to me you were arguing against USB 3.x, not the connector type.
I would argue that almost any user would benefit from a USB3 gen1 (5Gbps PHY, if I'm not mistaken). Mainstream PCs are on SATA SSDs so they can certainly accept the data, which translates to saturating ~80-90% of a USB3 root hub. This indicates that it's a good time to start future proofing with investment in gen2 motherboards.What is it with you and USB 3.x, that means nothing. pick a standard 3.0, 3.1, 3.2.
Users don't need more than 3.0, because they can't use the speed. As I have already said multiple times now, the best sd cards can't come close to what 3.0 is capable of (625 MB/s). Even if an SD card existed that could max out 3.0, you would need a PCIe based hard drive in your computer or you still wouldn't be able to max out 3.0. PCIe still isn't mainstream yet, getting closer but it will be a few more years.
Of course it means something. In this case, anything beside USB 2.0 that Oly decided to go with on this new camera. I don't care WHICH v3 standard, I just wanted ANY of the USB 3.x standards. First time ever seeing an "x" as a placeholder?What is it with you and USB 3.x, that means nothing. pick a standard 3.0, 3.1, 3.2.
The USB-C connector is a huge convenience for those of us who can never get its orientation right the first time.I'm arguing against the connector type, because it's heavily associated with USB 3.1. Any I'm sorry to say your average consumer is clueless