This Little Thing Is The First USB 3.0 Certified Device

You need the controllers before getting the goodies, and that's why this NEC xHCI host controller is the first USB 3.0-certified device. Good, because I need this USB 3.0 1080p camera, capable of capturing 60 raw, uncompressed frames per second:

The camera is manufactured with a Sony 3MP CMOS sensor by Point Grey, and will be presented at the Intel Developers Forum this week. The USB-IF—which controls the SuperSpeed USB certification process—says that they expect USB 3.0 devices to arrive to the market at the beginning of 2010. [Engadget and Electronista]

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