The VIZO SPEED-UP USB 3.0 ExpressCard
Here we get our first look at the VIZO USB 3.0 ExpressCard. There really isn't much to see on the top of the card except for the label that has nearly all of the information about the product.
The bottom does contain some info for the FCC and the serial number would be listed here as well.
The exposed portion of the card sticks out about an inch from your notebook and has two USB 3.0 ports.
ExpressCard 2.0 was released on retail products this year and will allow the card to operate at full speed. Most users dating back to 2004 have ExpressCard 1.0, a slower version just like PCIe 1.0 is to PCIe 2.0. The VIZO SPEED-UP ExpressCard is still able to perform very well with ExpressCard 1.0, as we will show you today.
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