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Renice Releases Portable Native USB 3.0 SSD

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

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    In October 2012, Renice released the world's first native USB 3.0 SSD controller, as well as portable USB 3.0 SSDs ranging from 32 GB to 512 GB, at prices no higher than any SSD products in the market.

    These SSDs, using Renice's self-developed U3127-IT controller, have some unique features like AES-256 bit, power failure protection and write protection, etc, with a read/write speed up to 430 MB/320 MB/s.

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    This efficient storage tool comes with a size even smaller than a business card. It is also a gospel for Mac users, for Apple has included USB 3.0 port into their newly released Macbooks, Mac users can easily run Win 8 on Renice USB 3.0 SSD through the Windows To Go function, eliminating the trouble to install OS through the complex Boot Camp. Renice's native USB 3.0 SSD is the best solution for Macbook and Windows To Go.

    What is more, Renice also provides the life monitoring tool and military grade encryption tool for this SSD. Therefore, users can conveniently monitor the SSD's health condition anytime, while the encryption tool will prevent data leakage even when the SSD is lost.
     
  2. TheMailMan78

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    My Thermaltake BlacX 5G is USB 3.0 native and it supports both SSD and standard HD. Not sure what Renice is saying. Am I missing something?
     
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    "Native" means that between the usb 3.0 plug and the flash memory inside the SSD there's just one controller chip. There are no extra SATA3-USB3 bridge chips involved.

    Your Tt box has a SATA3 to USB3 bridge chip. You plug in SATA3 native devices, and the extra chip in the box "translates" SATA3 to USB3.
     
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    Ah ok! Thank you!
     

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