I've been reading up on USB 3.0 at lvr.com but got confused when I got to the following part
How fast is USB 3.0?
USB 3.0 defines a new SuperSpeed bus with a bus speed of 5 Gbps, which is more than 10x faster than high-speed USB. After encoding and and other overhead, the bus can carry 400 MBps of data.
Does the above mean that the computer-to-hub bus speed is 5Gbps, but device-to-hub is maximum 400Mbit?
Then in a single device situation no benefit is claimed by the newer protocol or do I misinterpret?