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Patriot SuperSpeed USB 3.0 adapter cards

04/30/2010, Patriot Memory has rolled out a couple of SuperSpeed USB 3.0 adapter cards that come in the form of the PCUSB3PCIE and PCUSB3EXP. The former is an adapter card that targets desktop PCs, throwing in a couple of SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports that are capable of...

Aigo USB More USB 3.0 Flash Drive

04/27/2010, Another flash drive amidst the billion other different designs in the market isn’t anything special, but considering that everybody is looking forward to the mass adoption of USB 3.0, we do welcome another USB 3.0 flash drive. Thanks to the speedy...

Samsung STORY External Hard Drives Get USB 3.0 Connections

04/26/2010, Having a large external hard drive is always a nice thing, but if you don’t have a fast connection to transfer your data to and from the drive, using it is going to be a tedious process. That’s probably why Samsung has officially announced a...

Intel Light Peak To Arrive In 2011

04/15/2010, You might remember Intel’s Light Peak connectivity option, which is capable of transferring files at a rate of 10Gbps. To make things better, it can also be compatible with a USB 3.0 connector, and considering the popularity of USB, this is...

BlackMagic Intensity Shuttle Offers USB 3.0 HDMI Video Capturing

04/15/2010, USB 3.0 connections don’t have to be limited to hard drives and flash drives, and BlackMagic has introduced its Intensity Shuttle, which uses a USB 3.0 connection and allows you to capture 10-bit HD videos from HDMI 1.3 sources, along with S-Video,...

PQI H566 USB 3.0 portable hard drive

03/31/2010, PQI has unveiled what it touts to be the first USB 3.0 2.5″ portable hard drive in the world, known as the H566. This model is capable of hitting a theoretical bandwidth of 5Gbps/sec, which is roughly 10x that of what USB 2.0 offers, although real...

Asus Offers USB 3.0 Across The Board

03/25/2010, Almost everybody loves USB, after all, who wouldn’t? Now it seems that Asus is also going to further affirm its love for USB, specifically USB 3.0. We say that as the company will be offering USB 3.0 inside its notebooks, several netbooks, and a...

Super Talent Introduces Encrypted USB 3.0 SuperCrypt Drive

03/04/2010, It’s good to see more and more USB 3.0 products starting to show up, and next up in line is the SuperCrypt USB 3.0 thumb drive form Super Talent. Available in sizes from 16GB to 256GB, you should be able to store quite a bit of information on it,...

Addonics USB 3.0 PCIe and ExpressCard adapters

03/03/2010, Addonics jumps on the USB 3.0 bandwagon that Belkin is currently riding on, with its new range of USB 3.0 PCIe and ExpressCard adapters. All of these will be able to support the super fast new USB 3.0 format, but we’re still waiting for more and...

Astro Drive A101 is tiniest USB 3.0 device

03/03/2010, Apogee’s Astro Drive A101 holds the distinction for being the smallest USB 3.0 device in the market at the moment, although we’re pretty sure that this is not a permanent situation and will change within the next couple of months or so....

Belkin SuperSpeed USB 3.0 range unveiled

02/23/2010, Belkin has a bunch of SuperSpeed USB 3.0 devices made available to the masses from April onwards (May if you’re living in Canada), where among them include a PCIe Add-In Card, ExpressCard and Premium A-B and Micro-B Cables. The SuperSpeed USB 3.0...

Sharkoon Technologies SATA QuickPort Duo USB 3.0 docking station

02/19/2010, Seems that USB 3.0 news is pretty intense today, and here is yet another device that conforms to the standard – the Sharkoon Technologies SATA QuickPort Duo USB 3.0 docking station. It is capable of holding up to a couple of SATA hard drives/SSDs,...

NEC ups the ante for USB 3.0

02/19/2010, While USB 3.0 is capable of hitting a theoretical maximum of 4.8Gbps where data transfer rates are concerned, NEC is unhappy with that and recently claimed that they are capable of touching the 14.8Gbps mark. This was made possible thanks to their R&D...