Thunderbolt has arrived on the PC after being exclusive to the Macintosh platform for more than a year. With its promise of 10Gb/s‑per‑channel throughput, what self-respecting power user wouldn't opt for a Thunderbolt-based external backup solution? Well, before you get too excited, let's compare T-bolt…
Sure, you probably own a million USB cables as is, but this 3ft-long USB cable with both a micro and mini USB head is $12 well-spent, let me tell you. [StarTech]
Well, there really isn't much you can do with USB 3.0 yet for starters. And people who still have laptops with ExpressCard slots don't strike me as the early adopter type. Oh, and then there is the AC adapter.