The USB Implementers Forum said that 50 products have passed the Superspeed USB compliance test.
Products include notebooks, storage controllers, motherboards, PCI Express and Expresscard add-in cards and hard disk drives.
USB 3.0, or SuperSpeed as the marketeers like to call it, gives data transfer rates 10 times faster than USB 2.0, or Hi-Speed USB as the marketeers like to call it.
Jeff Ravencraft, chairman of the not-for-profit USB IF said that now Superspeed USB is a viable product, testing and certification for products are increasing.
There’s a complete list of products that support USB 3.0, here.