New 160 GB StoreJet 2.5 SATA External HDD By Transcend

Oct 10, 2007 by Mary Anne Simpson weblog
160 GB StoreJet 2.5 SATA HDD
160 GB StoreJet 2.5 SATA HDD

Transcend 160GB StoreJet 2.5 SATA hard drive has speed, phenomenal capacity, convenience and a sleek aluminum case. The SATA HDD is considered by some to be the future of industry due to its power saving low operating voltage use.

The recently released 160 GB StoreJet 2.5 SATA HDD manufactured by Transcend has received wide spread interest by end users seeking a high speed and convenient portable data storage device. The unique features of the product is that while it is a USB 2.0 design it is also compatible with older model USB 1.1. In addition the StoreJet 2.5 is a sleek aluminum design product that encases the new 2.5 SATA hard drive.

The StoreJet 2.5 has a 160GB hard drive that supports transfer rates of up to 1.56 Gb/s via a point to point data connection. The new external drive is not only faster, but it is a power saver utilizing low operating voltage. The SATA hard drive is considered by some industry leaders as the standard for the future due to is high speed capacity and low voltage use.

The new StoreJet 2.5 has a convenient one-touch auto back up button. In addition the new StoreJet 2.5 comes with its own bundled software 2.0 designed especially for the product. The software package includes system updates, security and other features.

The StoreJet 2.5 comes in various colors according to the size of the hard drive capabilities. The silver is 80GB. The titanium color is 120GB. The blue color is 160 GB. The StoreJet 2.5 SATA is also available as an external enclosure without the HDD. This version comes in the colors silver, blue and red.

The other advantage of the StoreJet 2.5 is its ability to restore whole hard drives, files and folders with intelligent file over-write protection. It has a HDD lock feature that provides security for your data. The product comes with a two year warranty. The StoreJet 2.5 is compatible with most systems including Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Mac OS 9.0 and Linux Kernel 2.4 or later.

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