Asus took the time today to gloat a bit over the number of products that it offers with USB 3.0 support. The company has more devices than most firms have do and is tooting its own horn.
Asus points out that it was first with a USB 3.0 mainboard and it offers notebooks and netbook sporting USB 3.0 as well. Asus also touts its unique PCI Express x4 PLX bridge chip designed for better USB 3.0 performance without compromise.
Asus CEO Jerry Shen said, "We are the first in the world to introduce USB 3.0 through our notebooks, namely the multimedia N Series. We're also the first to win USB-IF certification, achieved on our P6X58D premium motherboard. We believe that USB 3.0 has a pivotal role to play in delivering the ultimate experience to a new generation of multimedia-savvy users. With USB 3.0, everyone can enjoy fast data backup and ultra-speedy file sharing."
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