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 What is the Difference Between USB Hi-Speed and USB Basic Speed logos?
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What is the Difference Between USB Hi-Speed and USB Basic Speed logos?



These logos are part of USB Promoter Group's branding program that ensures the quality of USB products.


The USB 2.0 certified products would display a blue, white and red logo, bearing the words Certified and Hi-Speed.

The classic USB 1.1 certified products would display a black and white logo with the words USB and Certified.


Under a license from USB-IF, products must pass the compliance tests before manufacturers can use one of the two trademarked logos. The Promoter Group will take legal actions on manufacturers that label either logo on their products, which have not passed the tests.

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