USB 3.0 is also faster than FireWire 800, and it stacks up favorably against Thunderbolt. Also, depending on the task and the drives used, it can be just as fast Intel’s speedy connection. When

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None of these 3 extra drives are achieving USB 3.0 speed. I thought about considering a NAS to reduce the mayhem of cables and clutter on my desk, but not if I can't achieve USB 3 speeds. SSDs are still not cost effective compared to HDDs.

Sep 02, 2016 · • Connect a USB cable to the front of the NAS (slim USB 3.0 type Micro B) • Connect other end to your PC or Mac via a standard USB Type A port • Connect and access your device for the first