Harnessing PCI Express 2.0’s powerful capabilities on modern motherboards, the x1 PCI Express 2.0 to USB 3.0 Host Adapter provides full USB SuperSpeed capabilities for up to Up to 5Gbps maximum transfer rates for high performance USB 3.0 peripherals. The adapter provides three external and one internal SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports. The PCIe card to USB 3.0 adapter is fully backward compatible with existing USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 devices, and connects with USB based printers, modems, speakers, scanners, and hundreds of other devices while enabling the use of high performance device that were once reserved only for high speed buses like eSATA and FireWire. Easy USB installation makes adding new hardware a breeze, with no complex configuration, confusing plug-ins, or IRQs. Connect up to 127 USB products to PCs. Ready for use with self-powered devices, or plug any available 4-pin Power Connector into a motherboard’s onboard connecter for devices requiring bus power. The U-750 supports USB Battery Charging Specification Revision 1.2.
It really is easy to forget just how incredible our smartphones are, especially now that they’re capable of doing things that we used to have several different gadgets for.
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Coupling speedy solid state flash memory to a SATA 6 Gb/s interface, CFast Flash Memory Cards represent the next generation of storage for an era of camera RAW, 1080p full-HD, 3D, and 4K video. Delock’s CFast Flash Cards support the new CFast 2.0 standard which allows for even higher data transfer rates than memory cards of the previous CFast generation. Delock CFast 2.0 Flash Memory Card SATA 6 Gb/s are ideally suited not only for professional usage in photography, but also for all other applications that require fast read and write speeds. CFast 2.0 memory cards use the SATA 6 Gb/s protocol, and have lower power consumption than the previous CFast standard. While CFast cards share the same dimensions as CompactFlash Cards, they are not physically or electrically compatible with the older standard.
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Facebook was already prepared for excusing people who are upset that it conducted a massive psychological experiment on some 600,000 users — they all consented to it as part of Facebook’s user agreement, which says that the company may use their data for unspecified “research.”
Gadget leaker @evleaks on Wednesday posted the latest image in a series of leaks that have seemingly been painting a picture of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy F smartphone, a premium handset that appears to be a significantly upgraded version of the Galaxy S5.
Clad in a stylish, sturdy, and compact aluminum case, Delock’s 91686 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 CFast 2.0 Card Reader harnesses the capabilities of SuperSpeed USB 3.0 to work with the latest CFast 2.0 memory cards. Supporting the newest CFast 2.0 card standard, the 91686 works with the latest CFast cards from Sandisk, Lexar, and Delock. Utilizing SuperSpeed USB’s maximum theoretical speeds of up to 5Gbps, waiting for photos and videos to transfer off cards is now a thing of the past. This SuperSpeed USB 3.0 flash memory reader also supports the massive capacities of these modern SATA 6Gbps storage devices. Delock’s 91686 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 CFast 2.0 Card Reader doesn’t trade practicality away for high speed though. The CFast 2.0 Card Reader is fully backward compatible with both USB 2.0 and USB 1.1 hosts, and the previous CFast 1.0 standard. The reader supports Hot-Swap and Plug-N-Play, and utilizes USB bus power so no additional power source is required. The 91686 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 CFast 2.0 Card Reader is best used with systems that support SuperSpeed USB 3.0 in order to take advantage of its speed.
Who knew Orkut was still alive? Google today announced that it will be shutting down its first ever social network, Orkut on September 30. You won’t be able to create new user accounts starting today, and those who already have an account will be able to export their data until September 2016.
Once more Google shuts down a service that many adopted. At this point using any Google service is a gamble, since there’s a very high likelihood they will discontinue it down the road.
Delock’s 61991 In-Desk Hub 3 Port USB 3.0 + 2 Slot SD Card Reader provides nearly zero-footprint access to both SuperSpeed ports and memory card slots utilizing existing standard desk cut-out. Leaving space for cable passthrough, the Delock 61991 provides a three port SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Hub powered by a generous 4A power supply. The versatility doesn’t stop there. The Delock 61991 In-Desk Hub 3 Port USB 3.0 + 2 Slot SD Card Reader also features a two slot SuperSpeed memory card reader. The first slot accepts the whole range of modern SD-width cards including various SDHC, SDXC, and MMC style cards. The second slot accepts microSD variants without an adapter. The Delock 61991 In-Desk Hub 3 Port USB 3.0 + 2 Slot SD Card Reader is an excellent solution for under-desk CPU installations, and can even serve as an out-of-the-way docking station for highly portable machines. The 61991 connects to the host computer via SuperSpeed 5 Gb/s USB 3.0. Compatible with nearly all modern operating systems, the Delock 61991 excels in mixed use environments and provides a standard peripheral platform for large office installations.
Apple will incorporate Touch ID fingerprint sensors into a variety of new devices this year, including the new iPhone 6 models, the second-generation iPad Air (or iPad 6), and the third-generation iPad mini, a new report from China indicates.
With not one but two new iPhone models seemingly set to debut in 2014, we can look forward to twice as many rumors leading up to their respective launches. Various reports of production difficulties pop up each and every year, but Apple always seems to push through in the end. This year, we’ve already seen reports of more than one manufacturing issue pertaining to Apple’s larger 5.5-inch iPhone model, and now the flagship 4.7-inch iPhone 6 has seemingly run into its first major speed bump.