Front 3.5" Bay Card Reader and USB 3.0 Port ICY Box IB-865
Just connect the 20Pin USB 3.0 cable to the internal USB 3.0 connector on the mainboard, then you can read and write over 60 different kind of memory cards. The transfer rate is much faster than USB 2.0 connection. Additionally, a USB 3.0 front interface has been integrated for a better usability. Features • Internal USB 3.0 interface for Superspeed 5 Gbit/s
• Fits into a standard 3.5" drive bay
• 6x card reader slot
• Supports more than 60 memory cards
• 1x USB 3.0 front interface
• OS independent
|Drive Bay Compatibility||3.5"|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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