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HighPoint RocketStor 5122B

HighPoint's RocketStor is a decent USB 3.0 dock, it's major draw being that it services each slot with its own USB 3.0 connection, rather than sharing bandwidth. If throughput is your concern, give this one a look.

By 18 September 2012

4 stars Editors' rating 18 September 2012

Typical price: $139.00


HighPoint RocketU 1144A

If you don't want to wait for Intel to catch up, HighPoint's RocketU 1144A is an excellent way to get into USB 3.0 now.

By 7 December 2011

4.5 stars Editors' rating 7 December 2011

Typical price: $149.00


Tim Cook insists Apple is 'open' after black teens asked to leave store, report says

Technically Incorrect: CEO says it's unacceptable that the teens were asked to leave an Apple store because they "might steal something," according to a memo published by Buzzfeed.

By 15 November 2015


HighPoint adds RAID to 6Gbps SATA 3 controller cards

HighPoint announces two RAID controller cards that support the latest SATA 3 6Gbps interface.

By 13 January 2010


HighPoint ships first 6Gbps SATA controller card

HightPoint introduces the first SATA 3.0 add-in controller cards for desktop computers.

By 3 November 2009


Where can you watch The Hobbit in 48fps?

Here are the cinemas in Australia that will be showing Peter Jackson's The Hobbit in its true 3D 48 frames-per-second format.

By 12 December 2012


Wii U on sale from midnight

Yes, it's finally here — and there are a few major midnight launch events happening too. Here's where you can buy yours.

By 29 November 2012


The quest for a universal port: are we there yet?

With thinner and thinner laptops coming in, and the need for greater speed than ever, the requirement for a universal port is nigh. But that doesn't mean that we'll see it anytime soon.

By 3 November 2011


Inside CNET Labs Podcast 67: Kimbo Slice stinks

Kimbo Slice, streaming media and Halloween trends all in this latest episode.

By 4 November 2009


Real CEO acknowledges RealDVD will copy rentals

During RealDVD hearing, Rob Glaser says studios could help prevent the illegal copying of rented DVDs by helping devices recognize those discs as rentals.

By 29 April 2009