Major rebranding means it’s more confusing to know what your PC has.
You expect every laptop to have Wi-Fi and some kind of USB. What you probably don’t expect is battling specs that will make it difficult to know what sort of wireless and USB you have. We’ll sort it out for you here: What Wi-Fi 5 and USB 3.2 mean, and why they’re the same thing as good ol’ 802.11ac and USB 3.1.
Confused? That’s okay. You’re just the latest victim of a major rebranding of both Wi-Fi and USB. With the release of major performance updates to both specs, both have also received extreme makeovers. The good news is it’s actually easy to understand.
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