LaCie Delivers Mac OS X USB 3.0 Drivers for Faster Data Transfer to External Storage

While Steve Jobs is blaming Intel for the lack of USB drivers, which won’t happen until Intel releases its Chief River platform and adoption probably won’t happen until 2012, LaCie, known for its hard drive products has gone ahead and created and released a Mac USB 3.0 driver. According to the company’s press memo, to achieve USB 3.0 speeds, users will need a USB 3.0 accessory from LaCie, a USB 3.0 expansion card, and the accompanying driver, which could be downloaded from the company’s webpage: “By downloading LaCie’s USB 3.0 driver for Mac, and using it in conjunction with LaCie’s USB 3.0 expansion cards, Mac users can easily experience USB 3.0 speeds. Simply check your compatibility with USB 3.0, install the peripherals, and download the driver.”

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