Monday, January 25, 2010

HP Envy laptop can be configured with USB 3.0 ports

USB 3.0 is not yet widely used these days but if you want to be one of the early adopters of USB 3.0 flash drives or external disks then you should know that a USB 3.0 capable system is quite hard to find.hp-envy-15-2-(2)Fortunately, HP allows you to configure an HP Envy 15” laptop to support USB 3.0 connection. All you need to do is to configure it with the new ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5830 Graphics (DX11) and an Intel i7 processor.

USB 3.0 allows you to enjoy speeds of up to 3.2GBit per second which is a far cry from the 480MBit that USB 2.0 can do. That’s like transferring about four Divx movies in just a blink of an eye.

Expect other high-end and business laptops to follow suit in the coming months.

[CNET]

1 comment:

Anne said...

Its battery life is tremendous and its solid brushed-metal construction attracts you.It has included better than Netbook specs.The HP Pavilion dm3 looks professional,thin and light but depending on what you put in it which could cost you.I like its strong performance..

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