iBuyPower Pushes Out USB 3.0 On Entire Desktop Line

Paul Lilly

If iBuyPower were to write a boutique system vendor's Declaration of Independence, it would go something like this this:

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all systems are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are SuperSpeed USB 3.0 at no additional cost."

iBuyPower didn't actually write any such declaration, but the company did announce that is now offering USB 3.0 on all if its desktop systems for free, and that includes systems with motherboards that don't feature onboard SuperSpeed USB support. For rigs that don't, iBuyPower will throw in a free internal USB 3.0 PCi-E x1 expansion card.

"The upgrade future-proofs new iBuyPower desktops by ensuring their compatibility with new as well as unreleased handheld recorders, digital cameras, smartphones, and more," iBuyPower said.

Now if only Intel would follow suit .

Image Credit: iBuyPower

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