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.
TRENDnet which is famously known as a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand today announced the availability of their latest USB 3.0 to HDTV Adapter, Model TU3-HDMI, which actually expands a Windows-based computer’s screening field to a HD TV, monitor, projector, and receiver with the support of HDMI port.
Super Talent Technology has introduced today the USB 3.0 Pico after its highly awarded USB 2.0 Pico flash drive. It is amazingly small in size and encloses an incredible amount of capacity within. It comes in variants like 16GB, 32GB, and even 64GB. The transfer speed is up to 480 Mbps.
Apotop has just launched their latest USB 3.0 flash drive the AP-U6, and damn it is tiny! It you are looking to add some extra storage to your laptop this is the perfect drive that will be out of the way and go unnoticed. It is only 17.6mm long and weighs only 2g, you can see just how compact it is by checking out the photo below.
Since we are aware of the obvious fact that a lot of notebooks and laptops lack an optical drives to save space, Pioneer has come up with a portable drive of similar sort. Pioneer has unveiled the colorful new BRD-XSO5J portable Blu-Ray XL writer. It can read and write almost every type of relevant disk, from CD format to DVD ad of course Blu-ray. It comes with an option 4 body panels which include, bushed aluminum, piano black, soft pink and glossy white. It measure 135x135x20.3mm (WxDxH) while weighing 330g. The device includes a slot-type disc loading mechanism with USB 3.0. Just a single cable is used for both power and data connectivity.
Silicon Power SP which is world’s renowned company when it has to come to memory storage solutions has surfaced up with a newly designed flash drive called JEWEL 10. It comes with high technology and sleek outlook and the groove on top makes it certain that it can be hung with a key chain which can be very appealing. Its not only an ordinary storage device but also a status symbol allowing you to express yourself.
Sometimes it can be hard to find an easy, affordable and reliable solution for external PC backups in one product. I have used several HDD enclosures and NAS products from several different makers and never really fell in love with any of them. Most of them have extremely complicated menus that you have to sift through to try and figure out how to change the RAID setup of the device. Then you have to wait several hours just for it to format a few hundred Gigs of space. In the past, when deciding on a RAID capable enclosure you really need to prioritize what is important to you and ask yourself a few questions. How much does it cost? How reliable it is? How easy is it to use? Keep all of those questions in mind as you read this review and I think you will be pleasantly surprised with this enclosure.
Aug 28, 2015 0