RAIDON (www.raidon.com.tw/ is releasing the new 3.5-inch, USB 3.0 external storage family. The devices support functions including JBOD, RAID 0, RAID 1 and RAID 5.
The USB 3.0 family shares identical HDD tray modules that facilitate HDD installations or replacements. According to the folks at RAIDON, this brings convenience to data exchange from management among storage devices, especially between GT1650 and GT5630 for demands of JBOD function.
What’s more, RAIDON has also released two types of USB 3.0 PCI Express cards to both desktop and notebook users for external storage expansions. You can use them in Mac Pros. In fact, this is the only way you can use USB 3.0 at full speed since Macs don’t yet offer support for the standard. USB 3.0 devices will run at USB 2.0 speeds on Macs unless you have a Mac Pro with a PCI Express card.