Belkin intros pricey USB 3.0 expansion cards, cables

By Matthew
Feb 23, 2010
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  1. Belkin has joined the slowly expanding list of manufacturers pushing out devices equipped with SuperSpeed USB 3.0. Naturally, hardware outfitted with the latest USB spec is fetching a premium, but Belkin's prices might deter the giddiest of early adopters. The company has launched a line of USB 3.0 products, including a PCIe add-in card, ExpressCard, as well as A-B and Micro-B cables.

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  2. Tekkaraiden

    Tekkaraiden TechSpot Maniac Posts: 897   +52

    Never though I've ever see anything other than a videocard that needed extra power.
  3. Why? Some high end SATA and SCSI addon cards require additional power.
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