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Super Talent Intros USB 3.0 Portable SDD Drive


When it comes to external storage, they have never really had the speed and performance of an internal HDD drive. Now the company “Super Talent” claims that its new product will change the way people think about external storage.

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Kingston brings USB 3.0 product roadmap to CES


Positioning themselves for the growth of USB 3.0, Flash drive leader Kingston Digital announced today a comprehensive suite of USB 3.0 Flash drive solutions.

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103MB/sec claimed with PQI TurboHDD USB 3.0 portable hard drive


USB 4.0 anyone? Not just yet, but it seems that Computex is glowing with USB 3.0 gear. And the PQI USB 3.0 HDD H566 is one of them; a portable hard drive with the new standard boosted with TurboHDD USB technology, claiming a 103MB/sec read speed and 92MB/sec write speed.Platter drives still aren't quite up to par with USB 3.0 external solid state drives -- the Kingston Hyper X external SSD for example pushes a theoretical 200MB/sec -- but still a heft improvement over USB 2.0.

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Belkin’s USB 3.0 products 3x faster than USB 2.0, 10x more expensive


If your the guy who has to have the latest, fastest, and most up to date technologies, then Belkin's SuperSpeed USB 3.0 peripherals may be for you. The price is steep, at $40 for a USB 3.0 cable measuring only 4 feet, but you can expect transfer speeds "three times faster than USB 2.0," if you have any USB 3.0 devices to begin with.

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USB 3.0 Ports Added to HP Envy Laptops

USB 3.0 Ports Added to HP Envy Laptops

This has been a long time coming, since we have all been using the USB 2.0 standard for a very long while now. It’s about time that we get a suitable bump in speed to go along with our higher quality video and larger file sizes. And so, USB 3.0 is finally making its way into the laptop world for ...

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USB 3.0 To Arrive in 2009, Should We Care?


I don’t know about you, but I’m much more interested in wireless USB technology than I am in the faster throughput promised by USB 3.0. The current word is that the USB 3.0 standard will get pushed into the marketplace sometime in 2009, slowly phasing out the USB 2.0 standard that we are using today. When USB 1.0 first arrived, ...

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High-Speed USB 3.0 Spec Expected For First Half 2008


We’ve been stuck with the USB 2.0 standard for quite some time now, so just as every other standard gets upgrades, so will it. According to the USB 3.0 Promoters Group, the new specification should be ready during the first half of 2008 with USB 3.0 devices getting developed and released shortly thereafter. Among the members of the USB 3.0 ...

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Daisy chaining USB 3.0 drives


Visionaries wait for technology to catch up to them. Such is the case with Memory Infinite, a link drive that has a male plug at one end and a female plug at the other end, allowing you to hook up a presumably infinite number of USB drives and expand your memory in an infinite direction. The drives come in fun ...

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New HP Chromebook 11 with microUSB Charging and Colorful Accents


The newest generation of Google Chromebook laptops have arrived and they're looking pretty spiffy. For this go-around, we find the HP Chromebook 11 with its 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 pixel display.

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Asus Eee Pad MeMO to Run on Android 3.0 Honeycomb


There were a lot of tablets announced at CES earlier this year and one of the units that may have flown under the radar is the Asus Eee Pad MeMO. After based on today's confirmations, you might be a little more interested.

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The Android 3.0 Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1-inch Tablet


Alongside the Galaxy S II monsterphone, Samsung has announced a new Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet. This release is announced in partnership with Vodafone Group, who will offer the new tablet to their customers "this spring."

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This PQI USB Flash Drive Pushes Data at 5Gbps


I’ve got some good news and some bad news for all the heavy file pushers in the audience. According to the official specs, USB 2.0 was intended to push data as fast as 240Mbps, but they were able to move this to 480Mbps with a little tweaking. Well, the good news is that this barrier has been absolutely crushed by ...

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Memdrive USB Memory Stick data speed nearly exhausts USB 2.0 standard


News from the CeBIT floor is pouring in now, and here’s another tidbit for you to chew on. USB memory sticks have become incredibly popular, not only for their ultra portability, but also their reasonably fast transfer rates. Well, Memory Solutions has unleashed its Memdrive Premium edition thumb drives that are capable of reading data at over 30 megabytes per ...

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iRiver H300 Series With USB OTG


iRiver today announced the H300 series portable photo and music player to the Japanese market. The H300 will be available in a 20GB H320 and 40GB H340 versions with USB 2.0 connectivity. This device seperates itself from many other mass storage devices on the market, iRiver added USB On-The-Go, or USB OTG. This allows USB 2.0 peripherals to connect directly ...

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USB 802.11b pen drive unveiled


By Chinmei Sung, DigiTimes.com – “Fi Win, a subsidiary of First International Computer (FIC), recently launched a USB-interface pen drive with 128MB of memory. The device, featuring Intersil’s Prism 3.0 chipset solution, supports USB universal plug & play and interoperability with co-existence and auto-switching between WLAN and flash memory (patent held by Fi-Win), the company said.” Read more from the ...

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