Teardown of USB 3.0 Azio HDD enclosure

Posted on Saturday, April 2nd, 2011 in Teardowns, USB by the machinegeek

EETimes has posted their video of the teardown of the Azio USB 3.0 3.5″ HDD enclosure, one of the first devices using USB 3.0 (4 Gb/sec.), with a street price of about $25 USD.

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