The Universal Serial Bus (USB) is by far the most widely used serial I/O interface today. It appears in most PCs and laptops plus their peripherals, external storage units, consumer electronics (e.g. cameras), and smartphone and tablet chargers. But in spite of its ubiquity and usefulness, USB has limitations...
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