You miss the point a little bit. What is the benefit of higher speed to you as a user? What use case do you have for that? Draft it for yourself first. It is not “more bandwidth is better” but it is specific. “I want to do X and 480 megabits is not enough for that.”
I assume that you are not copying these files on the external hard drive to the internal memory, but you are playing the movie from the external drive. In fact, the TV only has 16GB of internal storage, so I have no idea what kind of movie you want to store it on, but not 4K high bitrate anyway.
In this case, your video quality is not limited to USB 2.0. So what exactly do you want to improve your most expensive USB 3.0 port in your user experience?
For example, a 4K Blu-ray file has only 128 Mbps of bitrate. So this is a little more than a fourth of the available USB connection bandwidth. Because USB 2.0 is old, 3+ coverage is enough, nearly 4.4K Blu-ray streams at the same time
My point is that there is no reason to upgrade xiaomi from 2.0 to higher as there is no clear use case. Xiaomi should also sell this TV to all other users on a budget. 99% of TV buyers use the USB port as a power adapter for Chromecast and more. Do they all have to pay double the license cost for a USB 3.0 port they’re not using?
[Reactie gewijzigd door youridv1 op 4 oktober 2022 16:49]
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