dealszing usb 2.0 securedigital (sdhc) high-speed…

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I feel like now that USB 3.0 is out, calling USB 2.0 devices "high-speed" is false advertisement. Buyer be warned, if you have a computer which supports USB 3.0 and a USB 3.0-compliant device, it will not run at maximum speed using this adapter.

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@thefennec: Yes, buyers should be aware that the official term for USB 2.0 is "High Speed", and the correct term for USB 3.0 is "Super Speed".
USB 2.0 devices will always be called "high speed". If you want the faster transfer rate of USB 3.0, be sure your computer spec and also the device are labeled "Super Speed".