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Kanguru unveils hard drive duplicator station

Hard drive duplicaiton station is way expensive
By: Shane McGlaun | Storage News | Posted: Nov 27, 2009 11:46 am

If you need to duplicate a hard drive for your computer there are a number of software solutions that you can install on a computer and copy your data and content over. These solutions need a cable of some sort as a medium to transfer the data over.




Kanguru has announced a new HDD duplication system that needs no software and no cable called the Kanguru HD Duplicator Mini Clone. The device looks like a dual SATA bay docking station for HDDs, You insert one 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch SATA drive with data and content on it and the data is mirrored to the new HDD.


The device can even duplicate external hard drives and flash drives. The device can securely erase data and is fast since no software or additional hardware is needed for the duplication process. The clone device supports Mac and Windows PCs and is available now for $499.95. Price is clearly the downside to the device.



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