After investing in a product with a sharp and aggressive design with a wink of gaming last year, the new piece of Taiwanese actress in the field ofThunderbolt 3 claims to convey elegance and prestige
Another day passes - another position Thunderbolt External 3 for video cards is exposed, this time it is Asus Which will try to upgrade its position in the developing market with a cheaper unit that appeals to a new target audience.
The new Taiwanese XG Station Pro represents a major change from the previous product it introduced for connecting external graphics cards to different types of computers, The ROG XG Station 2. The new model offers a significantly rounded and compact rectangular design that should suit not only spearhead gamers but also professionals who need increased processing power - and are still able to populate graphic cards Massive with a thickness that is more than double the basic standard in the world of enclosures (or in other words - cards that hold 2.5 slots).
The XG Station Pro features a pair of built-in 120 millimeters designed to improve heat dissipation from the card inserted into the chassis, up to a maximum of 32 centimeters long, Thunderbolt A single 3 to connect to the computer designed to receive the processing power, connector USB 3.1 Type-C Single to expand the range of connections and capabilities available to the same target computer - and an external power supply to the package itself with a total power of 330 watts, which should theoretically allow operation of cards with power envelopes of up to 250 watts, and perhaps even more, within the product.
The Asus ROG XG Station 2 will continue to be sold in the market next year, alongside the new unit, with the two undoubtedly appealing to a different target audience - with completely opposite designs, support for very different maximum power and even price tags that are considerable distance from each other. -XG Station 2 continues to be equipped with its original price tag that stands at no less From 550 USD (Without a graphics card inside, of course), while the XG Station Pro will try to accommodate a slightly more popular audience with a recommended 330 dollar price tag without a video card when it launches towards the end of this month.