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1.000 Mbit/s: Sony stellt bisher schnellsten USB-C-Hub vor

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Sony hat einen neuen USB-C-Hub vorgestellt, der eine Datenübertragungsrate von 1.000 Mbit/s bietet. Der MRW-S3 ist damit der schnellste seiner Art und vor allem an professionelle Nutzer wie Fotografen gerichtet....

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