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What kind of USB is this


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Hi,


I am doing a reaserch on the diffrent kind of USB Ports and I came across this one with a fire wall and a serial IDE.? <_< :D
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Do you have a link?
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I have no, I have no link. I am doing a paper on the diffrent kinds of ports and this number just happen to come up. Can someone help me and let me know what it is that an Ieee1394 does. I have read some on the subject, but I am still a little confused. :D :D <_<
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Hey crickett,


this link may help. hope it is what you need. Also i think you mean firewire not firewall

http://www.webopedia.../IEEE_1394.html


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What is so special about thie Ieee1394? and why do we use it. If we do.
:D :D Thanks for the other website that you sent me. It was really helpful. <_<
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It is a "chord" that connects your computer to peripheral devices. i.e. printers, scanners, mouse, keyboards, monitor, digital cameras.

There are two kinds of these chords: Universal Serial Bus (USB) and IEEE 1394
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