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Velocity Micro Announces New Desktop and External Peripheral

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Velocity Micro, the premier builder of award winning enthusiast desktops, laptops, peripherals, and the remarkable line of Cruz tablets announces the immediate availability of the Vector Holiday Edition desktop and VMultra drive external peripheral, priced at $599 and $199.99 respectively. Both are available directly from VelocityMicro.com.

"PC shoppers are tired of the bland, plastic designs of those behemoth manufactures that fill their systems with bloatware, mass produce product in China, and outsource support to India," said Randy Copeland, President and CEO of Velocity Micro. "We've created the Vector Holiday Edition to be a viable alternative to those brands, by offering our expert build quality and award-winning support at a mainstream price."

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The VMultra Drive combines four different peripheral devices to create a powerful external hub that's a perfect accessory for All-in-Ones, Ultrabook devices, notebooks, and netbooks. Features include an external DVD±RW drive, USB 3.0 hub, SD card slot, and 500 GB back-up storage solution. Orders for the VMultra drive will begin shipping Nov. 12th for $199.99.
That's expensive for what's little more than a DVD RW drive and a 500GB HDD, would of been better had it been able to read BR discs aswell.
 
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Would be perfect for an ultrabook... I think it should be priced more around $175, but I'm sure the price will come down sooner or later.
 

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i like that hard drive/DVD drive/USB 3.0 hub in one. thats actually a nice idea.