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NewerTech Unveils 1TB MINISTACK v3

Feature-rich External Storage

| Posted: Jul 2, 2007 11:19 pm

A not so common PC accessories company by the name of "NewerTech" have just provided us with information about their recently announced MINISTACK v3 external storage solution, which I have to say is rather neat amongst the mass of others on the market.

 

The MINISTACK V3 sports four different forms of connectivity; There's FireWire 800/400 ports, 3x USB 2.0 ports and also an eSATA port, allowing for easy access whether you're surrounded by Apple Macs or PCs.

 

Reason for the three USB ports is to allow users to be able to connect various peripherals directly it. These could be memory card readers, printers, scanners, digital cameras or iPods.

 

Another cool feature? Why the capacity of course, a whopping 1 Terrabyte of it. Though there are six models to be sold with lower capacities (down to 160GB as a starting point. This will retail for $169.99).

 

To learn more about the specs, grab Newer Technology's official PR here folks.

 


June 28, 2007, Woodstock, IL, -- Newer Technology, Inc. (NewerTech) http://www.newertech.com, a leading developer of PC, Macintosh® and iPod® performance upgrades and accessories, today announced the newest addition to its award-winning storage solution line, the miniStack® v3 'Quad Interface' powered hub storage solution with up to 1.0TB of storage capacity, for Plug n' Play ease of use with any Mac or PC with an available FireWire 800/400, USB 2.0, or eSATA port.

 

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