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|13th January 2010, 14:54||#1|
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USB 3.0 to be death of eSATA?
As the performance disadvantages of external drives became all too inconvenient the external eSATA format started to find a niche. Often as a performance alternative for the more compatible USB 2.0 interface. Just as the format started seeing some ground breaking it is risking to disappear just as fast. The new SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface have the compatibility of USB 2.0 but theoretic performance way beyond eSATA.
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