October 2005
Millimeter;Oct2005, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p57
Trade Publication
The article features two products from Addonics, the eSATA II PCI-Express controller and the CardBus eSATA adapter. The controller works with PCI Express bus-based PCs, offering SATA ll's 3GBps theoretical throughput and comes with one internal SATA port and one eSATA port. The adapter, meanwhile, delivers those eSATA transfer rates to notebook PCs via the company's CardBus slot. Maximum data throughput is about three times the data transfer rate of USB 2.0, according to Addonics.


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