Addonics offers Multi-Media Tower – single enclosure solution for All storage formats

Addonics Technologies announced a a compact external storage device called Multi Media Tower(MMT) that allows you to mix up all type of drive formats in a single enclosure.

The MMT The MMT is constructed form aluminum and has a carrying handle for easy transportation. It supports all removable hard drives, Blu-Ray/DVD/CD players or burners, Micro SATA Drives and has a built in flash memory reader compatible with 15 different popular digital media formats. All devices in the Multi-Media Tower connect to any system via a Port Multiplier (PM) compatible eSATA port on a desktop or notebook PC.

MultiMedia Tower PRO

All is plug-and-play compatible, so no need to install any special driver or any additional software and allows you to access/drag and drop the data stored in different media The systems achieve maximum transfer rates of 300 MB/sec depending on the speed of the media. It is available in two versions Multi-Media Tower Deluxe(model: MMTDX) and Pro (model MMTPRO) for $415 and $525, respectively.

Addonics Multi Media Tower

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