SeaLatch USB Brackets Add USB To Computers

Posted: Feb 18 2008, 8:32am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:17am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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SeaLatch locking USB brackets take internal USB headers on mainboards and make them into usable USB ports on the rear of a computer. The USB ports are full 480 Mbps and support low speed devices as well.

“Most Customers have unused USB headers on their motherboard", states Marc Foster, Director of Sales at Sealevel Systems. "This new product line of SeaLATCH(R) brackets makes it easy for them to use these headers to easily add USB ports to their systems. As an added benefit, the brackets use SeaLATCH locking USB ports which provide customers the ability to protect against accidental cable disconnection."

The brackets are available in several styles with a panel mount with on e Type A port for $9.95. A low profile bracket with a locking type A port for $19.95, a full size PCI bracket with one type A port for the same price and a dual PCI bracket with two type A locking ports for $29.95.

Via SeaLatch

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