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With what USB-C has to offer, there are enough reasons to look forward to USB4. For starters, USB4 can transfer data at speeds of up to 40 Gbps. It offers an impressive 240 watts power capability while supporting multiple 4K displays or one 8K display.

Like USB-C, the USB4 will feature a small oblong connection, making it compatible with current devices, including those that support USB 2.0, 3.0, 3.1. Still, you’ll need to invest in the right adapter for devices that don’t have a USB-C port. Further, USB4 runs on Thunderbolt 4 specifications. That way, you can set up bidirectional data lanes for projects that require two-way data flow to avert congestion and jams such as video conferencing.

On top of that, you’ll be able to use Thunderbolt 4 with Thunderbolt devices such as External Graphics Processing Units (eGPUs) and docking stations. Moreover, Thunderbolt 4 will allow you to adjust the dynamic data flow to match your device. 

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