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Tuesday, 08 December 2009 16:40

RaidSonic shows its USB 3.0 products

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Two enclosures and PCIe card

RaidSonic isn't skipping the USB 3.0 fun either and has announced three new products that feature support for the new standard: a PCIe host card, and 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch HDD/SSD enclosures.

The PCI-Express x1 card is as plain as it can be and features well known NEC chip to give it two USB 3.0 ports, while the enclosures are keeping the high standard which you would expect from Raidsonic's Icy Box line of products. Both support SATA drives and have USB 3.0 support and are made out of aluminum in order to give them decent cooling capabilities as well as a sturdy and elegant look.

The PCIe host card should hit retail with a €39.90 price tag while those enclosures are set to hit retail with a €32.90 and €45.50 price tags for the 2.5-inch and the 3.5-inch version.

You can find them listed here.

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