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Thunderbolt is a high-speed I/O technology developed by Intel and introduced by Apple Computer to enable high-speed data transfer between your computer and hard drives, monitors, and other accessories. It is based on PCI Express so external devices can operate as fast as internal components. Thunderbolt is capable of 10 Gbps of bi-directional throughput.

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