Active Media Products Launches 100MB/sec eSATA Flash Drives

This new hybrid drive brings the speed of an SSD to a convenient eSATA flash storage device. By combining both eSATA and mini USB 2.0 ports into the same device it offers compatibility with virtually any computer. Take advantage of the lightning fast read speeds up to 100MB/sec in an eSATA port, or make avail of the USB interface in computers that lack an eSATA port. Pack 16GB or 32GB of data onto this drive and slip it into your pocket to take with you anywhere.

eSATA USB SSD Drive

Features

  • eSATA and Mini USB 2.0 ports
  • USB cable included
  • Eyehole for attaching to a keychain or lanyard

eSATA USB SSD Drive

Specifications

  • Read speeds up to 100MB/sec
  • Write speeds up to 55MB/sec
  • Both eSATA and Mini USB 2.0 ports
  • USB cable included (USB cable is required in eSATA port, for power source)
  • Fully compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1; both Mac and PC
  • Supports Windows® 7 / Vista / XP / 98, Linux
  • Hot plug-and-play
  • No driver required for most operating systems
  • Data retention: 10 years
  • Dimensions: 3.1 x 1.1 x 0.4 inches (80 x 29 x 11 mm)
  • Capacities: 16GB – 32GB

Source: Active Media Products

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