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Silicon Power’s S20 USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

06/24/2011, If regular looking external hard drives bore you in terms of looks, or if you wanted an external hard drive that would go with your Alienware computer, then perhaps Silicon Power’s S20 offering may be something you might be interested in. The S20...

Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader

05/20/2011, Lexar has released its latest USB peripheral, the Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader, where this high-performance card reader will pave the way for professional and advanced amateur photographers and videographers to maximize their workflow...

PQI introduces the world’s smallest USB 3.0 flash drive

05/06/2011, While the capacities of storage drives are constantly growing size, manufacturers have been working on reducing their physical sizes as well. PQI has just introduced the world’s smallest USB 3.0 flash drive. Called the Intelligent Drive U819V, it...

Silicon Power Blaze B10 USB 3.0 flash drive

04/26/2011, How many of you do own a computer that runs off USB 3.0? It is still a fairly new port to own, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be the mainstay in years to come. In fact, more and more motherboard manufacturers are already working on newer...

Delkin USB 3.0 Universal Memory Card Reader is speedy

04/08/2011, Delkin has announced the release of a new USB 3.0 Universal Memory Card Reader, and just like its name describes, it is a USB 3.0 device that makes it stand out from other memory card readers out there. According to Delkin, the USB 3.0 Universal Memory...

Sunix USB 3.0 is first video card of its kind

03/31/2011, When it comes to video cards on your computer, one of the more common questions that people would ask would be the make and model of the GPU.  Where USB video adapters are concerned though, it isn’t that clear cut in finding an answer, unless...

Super Talent releases USB 3.0 flash drives

03/23/2011, USB 2.0 still has a long way to go before it gets replaced, but its successor USB 3.0 has only started gaining traction recently, with manufacturers supporting USB 3.0 on all their motherboards. Flash drive makers, Super Talent have decided that the...

Area EP54U32-W1 USB 3.0 ExpressCard delivers dual ports

02/15/2011, How many of you have that ExpressCard slot on your notebook or laptop empty? Instead of letting dust bunnies as well as other invisible (at least to the naked eye) micro-organisms reside inside, why not make full use of it with the Area EP54U32-W1 USB 3.0...

RunCore makes good use of ExpressCard slot with USB 3.0 ExpressCard

02/08/2011, For those who own a notebook that was manufactured within the past 5 years, chances are pretty good the average user would not have made any good use of the ExpressCard slot. Well, RunCore might have the solution for you with their USB 3.0 ExpressCard,...

USB 3.0 to eSATA converter speeds up your data transfer

01/31/2011, Just because you have a USB 3.0 connector on your shiny new computer, doesn’t mean that your existing external hard drive supports it. If you happen to be stuck with an eSATA external hard drive and are looking to transfer your files using the speedy...

Nexcopy SSUSB160PC duplicates flash drives at USB 3.0 speeds

01/19/2011, Nexcopy has just announced their latest USB drive duplicator, called the SSUSB160PC. Just like the previous models, it allows you to quickly and easily make multiple copies of a USB drive all at once except now that it works even faster at USB 3.0 speeds....

Buffalo DriveStation Goes USB 3.0 All The Way

01/05/2011, [ces 2011] Buffalo shipped the first USB 3.0 hard disk in October 2009, and now that USB 3.0 is on the verge of finally hitting the mainstream market, the company is launching three USB 3.0 DriveStation storage devices: The DriveStation Axis, DriveStation...