- Nov 11, 2009
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How does this compare to ESATA?
This has been out since like two months ago maybe even 3 :/
... the read/write speeds is also closer to 80/60 than the article's speeds of 100/70 :erm:
I will only be interested in getting a USB 3 flash drive when they build it in a way that you don't require the stupid cable to make it backwards compatible to USB 2, either they make a super connector that can do both, or make a USB 2 connector on the one side and a USB 3 connector on the other side.
USB 3.0 will crush eSATA