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Maxell also intro eSATA equipped pen drives

Along with the likes of OCZ & Silicon Power

| Storage News | Posted: Dec 9, 2008 6:26 am

It seems Silicon Power and OCZ were the first to kick off a new trend of flash drives with eSATA+miniUSB ports to give the best of both worlds in terms of speed and flexibility. Maxell has now introduced a new family of their own which come in capacities of 16, 32 and 64GB.

 

Maxell also intro eSATA equipped pen drives

 

Read and write speeds are said to be around 24 MB/s - 16MB/sec for USB and 75MB/sec - 24MB/sec when connecting with eSATA. Play.com have the 32GB drive up for pre-order on their website at a price of 80 pounds (around $119USD) and the series is expected to reach shelves a little later this month.

 

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