Feel left out of the action of a growing number of USB 3.0 devices? HighPoint comes to the rescue and offers you the RocketU Quad USB 3.0 for Mac. The PCI-E card brings 4x USB 3.0 ports (5GB/s, type-A) to your Mac Pro. It supports up to 4 external USB HDD/SDD and handles RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 and JBOD. Of course the thing is backwards compatible with older USB devices. Unfortunately there’s no price tag yet.
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Tiny USB stick which matches the aluminium design of your Mac. The stick comes in sizes of 4GB to 32GB and supports USB 3.0. Check out the press release of manufacturer PQI. They call it the Traveling Disk Intelligent Drive U819V. I guess some PR departments just like it complicated.
Look at this thin, sweet external hard drive. If you want to store your bits in style you have to pay for it though. The magnesium Mobile Drive Mg by Freecom doesn’t come cheap. The largest drive with 750 MB of space, FireWire 800 and USB 3.0 ports is about 194 US-Dollar. But can you really pay too high a price for beauty?