USB 2.0 device cables are some of the most common USB cables on the market today. While USB 3.0 data cables are 10 times faster than USB 2.0 cables, they are far newer and not as far integrated on the market.
Released in 2008 , USB 3.0 cables were highly anticipated, although tech companies took a long time to adapt their products for the new USB. Intel did not make its products USB 3.0 compatible until 2011, nor did AMD.
With such a lag in adoption of the new technology, it was virtually impossible to force these cables into the hands of consumers. Even after the companies made USB compatible products, USB 2.0 still ranks supreme, since the female connectors on all n