Greenhouse Intros PCI-E Card for USB 3.0 Compatibility

Ryan Whitwam

USB 3.0 devices are slowly trickling out, but who actually has any USB 3.0 ports to take advantage of them? Those in the market for a new PC or motherboard can get the new standard, but everyone else has to wait. Well, unless they have $40 lying around.

Tokyo-based electronics maker Greenhouse will be releasing a PCI Express PC interface card with two USB 3.0 ports . The firm is claiming the card will be capable of full 5 Gbps transfer speeds. Only time will tell if real world speeds will be that good. The card will be compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and 7. At a mere $40, it’s worth a shot.

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