Lycom EK-113 SATA III 6Gbps Dual Ports ExpressCard 2.0 Adapter For Notebooks

Lycom EK-113 SATA III 6Gbps Dual Ports ExpressCard 2.0 Adapter For Notebooks

Scan code: LN28507 Manufacturer code: EK-113 Request call
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Product Overview 2Ports eSATA III 6Gbps with NCQ, Port Multiplier support for ExpressCard 2.0 Notebook Features eSATA III 6Gbps 2 Ports

Supports truly 5Gbps PCIe 2.0 based ExpressCard 2.0

Fully compliant with Serial ATA specifications 2.6

Supports SATA III transfer rate of 6.0Gbps, 3.0Gbps 1.5Gbps

Supports ATA and ATAPI commands

Supports AHCI and IDE programming interface

Supports Native Command Queuing (NCQ)

Supports Port Multipliers FIS-based switching or Command-based switching

Support AES-256

48 bits LBA can Break Capacity-Limit to Support HDD larger than 137GB

Supports ExpressCard/34 and ExpressCard/54 notebook

Hot-plug capability

Fully RoHS compliant
Interface ExpressCard
Connectivity 2 x eSATA 6Gb/s

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