USB 3.0 Cards
Older computers do not include USB 3.0 ports, and many newer computers do not have enough of these ports.
USB 3.0 gives you faster data transfer speeds than USB 2.0, and can be a significant upgrade to an older computer.
With our USB 3.0 cards, you can upgrade your system to include or increase the number of ports available when you need them. You can add this capability through PCI Express (PCIe), PCI, and ExpressCards.
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Add four USB 3.0 ports – three external ports and one internal port – to your computer
Add two 10Gbps USB Type-A ports to your computer, through a PCI Express slot
Add an external USB Type-C and two external USB Type-A ports to your computer, plus an IDC header port that can provide two internal USB 3.0 ports
Add one USB 3.1 Gen 2 port and one eSATA (6Gbps) port to your computer, through a PCI Express slot
Add two flushmount USB 3.0 ports to your ExpressCard-enabled laptop
Add 2 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports to a computer through a PCI slot
Add one USB Type-C and one USB Type-A port (10Gbps) to your computer, through a PCI Express slot
Add a USB 3.0 port connection that inserts flush into a laptop ExpressCard slot
Add two 10Gbps USB Type-C ports to your computer, through a PCI Express slot
Upgrade your computer to the faster speed of USB 3.1 Gen 2, by adding one external and one internal 10Gbps USB Type-A ports