Apacer presents new 2 TB external hard drive

Apacer presents new 2 TB external hard drive

Apacer Technology, a well-known maker of memory solutions, has presented the AC233 – a new 2 TB external hard drive. The new company product comes in a really stylish chassis that combines glossy and matte surfaces, all colored in black. The chassis is called Streamline Shark, which underlines the drive speed. The chassis coating is called Deep-Sea Black.

The drive features the common 2.5-inch form factor and fully supports the latest USB 3.0 interface for excellent data transfer speeds. The AC233 offers 110 MB/sec of read speed and 105 MB/sec of write speed and there are two LED indicators on the drive which show which USB interface is being used – USB 3.0 or USB 2.0. An integrated power-saving function puts the drive to sleep to save both power and drive life.

The 2 TB of capacity offered is enough to hold 440 hours of video, about a million pictures and 500 000 music files. The drive is compatible with the Windows and Mac operating systems and does not need anything special to work.

Source: Apacer

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