Kanguru Announces First e-Flash (eSATA + USB)

Nov 19, 2008 by John Messina weblog
Kanguru e-Flash Drive
eSAT + USB 2.0 Flash Drive

(PhysOrg.com) -- Kanguru Solutions announced today the release of their first e-Flash drive. Utilizing eSATA (External Serial ATA) technology allows the Kanguru e-Flash to achieve performance speeds never before obtainable with standard USB Flash Drives.

Coupled with large storage capacities, the Kanguru e-Flash can handle any application or data file, regardless of size. In addition to eSATA, it also contains a USB2.0 connection for universal connectivity to virtually any computer.

Because the eSATA is powered by its connection, it doesn´t require any external power source. The Kanguru e-Flash comes preloaded with Hot-swap software for easy and safe eSATA connection and ejection. The drive is housed in a high-strength aluminum case that can be custom engraved for anyone who decides to personalize their drive.

Key features of e-Flash drive:

- Dual ended eSATA AND USB connections
- Requires no external power
- High strength aluminum housing
- Large capacities
- Includes Powered eSATA bracket + Cable for PC connectivity
- Includes Hot-swap software for trouble-free eSATA Plug-n-Play
- Engraving available

With each e-Flash drive you get Power + eSATA PC Bracket, Power + eSATA Extension Cable, Hotswap Software that is Pre-loaded and a CD with drivers.

Kanguru is shipping these e-Flash drives now and are available in 16GB ($85) and 32GB ($120) capacities. A 64GB version will become available in January of 2009.

© 2008 PhysOrg.com

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