What we’ll be looking for in laptops for 2017 – Ars Technica

Certain pieces of technology tend to stick around. USB has been the connector of choice for all manner of peripherals for two decades, and ATA hard disks, first parallel and now serial, have a history back to 1986. Over the last few years, however, we’ve started to see real alternatives to these technologies hit the market, with NVMe storage and Thunderbolt 3 for attaching devices.

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