RAIDON Technology Introduces eSATA & USB3.0 External Hard Drive Enclosure

RAIDON Technology Introduces eSATA & USB3.0 External Hard Drive Enclosure

RAIDON Technology, Taiwan - USB3.0, a new generation transmission technology, is ten times faster than USB2.0 with backwards compatibility. It is also mentioned by Intel and Microsoft to be the next-generation transmission interface.

As USB3.0 storage devices gradually emerge in the market, RAIDON Technology has not only carried out in parallel with USB3.0 related products but further launched in multiple supports of leading USB3.0, USB2.0 and eSATA 3.5-inch HDD external enclosure-GT1640. This innovative product has been introduced in CeBIT 2010 and acquired great feedbacks from its visitors. GT1640 allows users to experience the high transfer rate of USB3.0 and compatibility of both eSATA and USB2.0 devices to eliminate upgrade hassles.

GT1640 houses one 3.5-inch hard drive and supports up to 2TB capacity. With both USB 3.0 and eSATA high transmission interface, users will experience the tremendous increase in transfer speed which is perfect for storing large files. In addition, the removable tray design is convenient for data exchange, classification, and management at anytime, alike owning several external HDD enclosures simultaneously, and it may collocate with other related RAIDON products for demanded applications.

The portable compact design of GT1640 enhanced the mobility of 3.5-inch HDD and furnishes a spacious desktop. The artistic aluminum casing provides excellent heat reduction without the need of a cooling fan to keep the device in low temperature.

Furthermore, concerning for user with external expansion device needs, RAIDON Technology has also released two types of USB 3.0 PCI Express Cards for desktops and notebooks. It is convenient to collocate with RAIDON products, especially the collocation of SSD and USB 3.0 PCI-E card the outstanding data rate can reveal even efficiently.

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