Anyone know when 1394b is supposed to be in the market -- in particular, when it's going to be implemented by Apple?<br><br>I'm getting tired of all the Win-heads claiming superiority for just that 80Mbps extra they get out of USB 2.0. Firewire will put their 480Mbps to shame, but all I ever hear is that it's being developed, never a release date.<br><br>
#9584 - 07/03/0202:46 AMRe: Firewire 2/IEEE-1394b ETA
I heard something at http://www.macosrumors.com about a 800MB Firewire. Here is the Quote:<br><br>"The PPC 7500, which is expected to power the new PowerMac G4s that will ship at Macworld, operates at clock speeds of 1GHz-1.4GHz, and will most likely be available in configurations of 1GHz, 1.26GHz, and 1.4GHz. All will sport Double Data Rate SDRAM memory running at 166MHz (333MHz effective clock), USB2 and 800Mbps Firewire."<br><br>Anyway there you go thats all I can help you with.<br><br>Peace, Late, Skate<br><br>~Steve~
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