Here is everything we can tell you about Thunderbolt 5, Intel’s next-generation connectivity standard.
Just last year Intel released Thunderbolt 4, a connectivity solution that allows users to transfer data, output a display and charge a device all from the same USB-C port.
And despite the fact Thunderbolt 4 hasn’t been with us long, it seems Intel is already working on the next version as rumours have emerged suggesting it’s already in testing.
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