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Spire innovate with Spectrum II HDD backup

clever little dual SATA/IDE dock for naked drives
By: Steve Dougherty | Storage News | Posted: Jan 23, 2009 5:29 am

Spire has just released details on its second revision of Spectrum HDD backup device which makes it a breeze to transfer data to and from naked 2.5" and 3.5" hard disks via USB 2.0.


Spire innovate with Spectrum II HDD backup


Both IDE and SATA drives are supported on the same unit with HDD capacities of up to 1TB. It's also quite compact with dimensions of (L) x 47 (W) x 16 (H) mm and a weight of just 50 grams.


Spire, manufacturer of pc components and world famous for its quality and affordable thermal products today officially announced the Spectrum II. This upgraded version is a great little back-up tool to transfer and back up your valuable data from any IDE/SATA Hard Drive at speeds of up to 480mbps. At home, in the office or on the go, simply plug and play and secure your data by utilizing the one touch backup (OTB:optional) on the Spire Spectrum II.


Spire innovate with Spectrum II HDD backup


More information about the Spectrum II can be found within the press release here and the product page on Spire's website.


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