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Sharkoon SATA hard drive station gets USB 3.0

11/19/2009, Sharkoon of Germany’s SATA hard drive station boasts USB 3.0 connectivity, where the Sharkoon SATA Quickport USB 3.0 aims to ease the passage of cloning, migration and forensic drive analysis in a speedier manner. After all, USB 2.0 drive stations...

Super Talent SuperSpeed USB 3.0 RAIDDrive

11/04/2009, Super Talent has rolled out their SuperSpeed USB 3.0 RAIDDrive which is USB 3.0-compatible (obviously), where it supports transfer speeds up to 10x faster compared to USB 2.0 drives, hitting 200MB/sec. Those who decide to use a separate UAS Protocol...

I-O Data USB 3.0 peripherals released

11/04/2009, I-O Data knows that USB 3.0 is the way of the future, and has since released a trio of new USB 3.0 peripherals albeit for the Japanese market. They would be the 3.5” hard drive enclosure that will come with a choice of either a 1TB or 1.5TB hard...

No USB 3.0 in Intel’s chipsets before 2011

10/27/2009, When Intel says that it won’t implement USB 3.0 in its chipset before 2011 it effectively means that mass adoption for this technology will be seriously delayed. Intel is the single largest provider of chipsets (the chips that traditionally handle...

Dane-Elec releases USB 3.0 hard drives

10/19/2009, Dane-Elec has just announced its new range of So SuperSpeed hard drives and SSDs which will play nice with the soon-to-come USB 3.0 standard. These drives are capable of hitting a phenomenal speed of 250MBps which is around ten times the rate of USB 2.0...

Buffalo HD-HXU3 USB 3.0 hard drive ships

10/07/2009, Buffalo has claimed the title of “world’s first” for their Buffalo HD-HXU3 USB 3.0 hard drive, shipping to retail stores everywhere. It will come in 1TB and 1.5TB flavors that retail for approximately $225 and $285, respectively, while...

Aviator 312 USB 3.0 External SSD

10/06/2009, Active Media Products has just rolled out a first – the Aviator 312 line of USB 3.0 external solid state drives. These will come in varying capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, and can support read speeds of as much as 240MBps as well as write speeds...

Freecom USB 3.0 hard drive

09/29/2009, USB 3.0 is not a standard that everyone is used to just yet as it is still in its infancy, but that doesn’t mean companies like Freecom will sit back and let the opportunity to make money pass them by. No sir, Freecom has just revealed its USB 3.0...

Point Grey USB 3.0 video camera

09/21/2009, USB 3.0 is on the verge of entering mainstream consciousness, and Point Grey aims to take advantage of it by releasing their new USB 3.0 video camera that is able to pump full 1080p video at a stunning 60fps. This is made possible thanks to the widened...

Point Grey USB 3.0 HD Webcam

09/19/2009, We, like the rest of the world, are eagerly looking forward to USB 3.0, and Point Grey is one of those parties who are certainly busy making full use of USB 3.0. Additional details of its USB 3.0 HD video camera have been released. From what we hear, the...