Patriot has decided to come up with its own solution for the limitations of storage spaces with its launch of the Supersonic line of 3.0 USBs. Three new versions of USB 3.0 flash drives were added to this Supersonic line. These include the Supersonic RAGE XT 128 GB, Supersonic Boost XT 128 GB and the Supersonic Pulse 128 GB.
Corsair, the California based peripheral and Hardware Company, proudly announces its super performing USB 3.0 flash drive with full backward compatibility with the older USB 2.0 flash drives. The flash drives have been introduced in three different models and are available under the names of Flash Voyager GS, Flash Voyager Mini and Flash Voyager LS.
Kingmax has released a series of small-size waterproof COB USB flash drives. These new waterproof flash drives, which are dust proof too, come in USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 designs. Not only Kingmax aims to provide superior-quality multifunctional flash drives catering every type of consumer, but it is also on a verge of starting off with a new trend i.e. Kingmax waterproof COB flash drives.
The RocketStor 5422 is considered to be industry’s first USB 3.0 Storage Dock to deliver dedicated, 5 GB/s per-port performance. Each SATA bay has a SuperSpeed controller which assures its users to offer the fastest transfer rates possible for 6 GB/s devices over a USB connection. With The RocketStor 5422, one can use any off-the-shelf SATA disk – from today’s fastest SSD’s and high-capacity multi-terabyte hard drives, to low budget SATA I and II devices. This storage dock fully supports Mac and PC desktop and other portable computing devices.
Integral has just launched their latest Fusion USB 3.0 flash drive. This drive is tiny measuring only 21 x 12 x 4.5mm and weighing only 3g. Integral is claiming that the Fusion 3.0 is one of the smallest flash drives in the world.
Earlier at CES 2013, USB 3.0 promoter group proclaimed that faster USB 3.0 standard with up to 10Gbps speeds is in use, now we have the new USB 3.1 specifications with SuperSpeed USB speed up to 10Gbps ready for developers. The new specifications of USB 3.1 will keep hold of the same backward compatibility the USB standard has always had.
A couple of days back AOC introduced a new version of its 15.6-inch USB monitor, the AOC E1659FWU. Structured on the previous model i.e. E1649FWU, it now supports USB 3.0 and the latest Display Link software. This surely means one will get to experience better video output streaming to the display while watching Netflix, YouTube or simply steering the mouse across the extended desktop, credit goes to USB 3.0′s which comes with faster speed. Otherwise, we might say that this model is almost similar to the older version.
Sonnet has just announced today, the compact Presto Gigabit USB 3.0, a USB 3.0-to-Gigabit Ethernet adapter. The Presto adapter makes available to users a simple way to add Gigabit Ethernet-wired networking connectivity to their Mac and Windows computers with USB 3.0 ports while at the same time taking advantage of the 5 Gb/sec SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface to carry full Gigabit speed performance with duly prepared computers. Besides this, the Sonnet adapter is also backward-compatible with USB 2.0.
One of the most renowned Japanese cooling company has extended its variety of PC accessories by a brand new card reader called the Kama Reader USB 3.0. The all-new 5 in 1 card reader supports all types of media standards and comes with an extra ordinary fast USB 3.0 interface. The port is placed on the front panel of the card reader, therefore users are able to utilize full pace of externally connected devices such as USB sticks and hard drives.
Actually Intel’s revised 8-series chipsets were supposed to be available to motherboard OEMs as soon as this month turned up. According to a few sources, this won’t happen since chipset is just not ready. Intel Corporation has passed a statement to confirm the USB 3.0 interface on its Haswell processor supporting a chipset design defect. A portable drive disappeared phenomenon will appear in the system into standby. On the other hand, USB 3.0 ports stop working after entering or leaving windows sleep mode.
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