June 2, 2010


Simply put, FireWire is a much faster mode of transfer of data today — even faster than the USB.It is typically used to connect to high-bandwidth devices such as digital cameras and camcorders to enable quick sharing of information. The standard was originally created by Apple and was standardised in 1995 as IEEE 1394 High Performance Serial Bus. FireWire Ports can be found on almost all high-end cameras and laptops, such as Apple’s latest MacBook Pro. It is also at times referred to as Sony i.Link, but is more popularly known as FireWire.

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