Vantec NexStar 3 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Hard Drive Enclosure Review

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No one can deny that USB, or Universal Serial Bus, has become commonplace in the marketplace. Its uses are as universal as its name implies.  It’s used in PC component and peripherals, mobile gadgets and even as a power cable to recharge some of those same devices.  Even before the advent of USB, there was already an ever-increasing focus on the need for faster transfer speeds.  USB was simply one more solution to that constant demand.

 

It stands to reason then that USB is held to the same bigger-better-faster mentality that the majority of computer users have who want their data NOW.  Again, we stand on the threshold of yet another step in the evolutionary process of data transfer.  Still in its infancy stage, USB 3.0 will no doubt become the next benchmark for data transfer, and with it, we will see the proliferation of more reliable USB 3.0 products, which will exceed and out-perform their older 2.0 counterparts.

 

The Vantec NexStar Super Speed USB 3.0 Hard Drive Enclosure is one such device.  The NexStar Super Speed enclosure allows you to use your existing SATA I/II drive in a portable environment and still maintain security and speed.  With the Vantec USB 3.0 hard drive enclosure, you get looks, security, speed and quality in one sleek mirror-finish package.

 

 

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