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GIGABYTE Technology Seminar at Computex 2010: Performance and Flexibility - GIGABYTE USB 3.0 Paved the Road

GIGABYTE had a huge showing at Computex 2010, but their products will change computing across the globe.

| Trade Shows | Posted: Jun 6, 2010 1:15 pm
Manufacturer: GIGABYTE

GIGABYTE USB 3.0 Paved the Road

 

GIGABYTE paved the road for peripheral manufacturers to quickly launch USB 3.0 devices. Just a few rooms away from the briefing were USB 3.0 products being displayed by other manufacturers.

 

Super Talent:

 

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Super Talent had three new products on display at the GIGABYTE USB 3.0 showcase. Look for a full review of the SuperCrypt here at TweakTown very shortly. The new RAIDDrive is Super Talent's flagship USB 3.0 product and the Express Drive is available for users looking to get USB 3.0 performance at a lower price.

 

Above is a preview of the performance for the RAIDDrive and SuperCrypt.

 

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UNITEK:

 

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Thermaltake:

 

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OCZ Technology:

 

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OCZ had the new Enyo on display at the show as well. Look for a review in the coming weeks here at TweakTown.

 

Vantec:

 

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Sharkoon:

 

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Transcend:

 

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