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Sans Digital launches MobileSTOR Plus storage

updated 10:40 am EDT, Mon April 14, 2008

MobileSTOR Plus storage

Sans Digital has introduced its newly designed MobileSTOR Plus direct-attached compact hard drive storage series, which includes the MS2U+ and MS2T+ two-bay subsystems. Designed for home and small office environments, the MobileSTOR Series MS2U+ / MS2T+ is an economical yet feature-rich two-bay external JBOD solution that provides the access to two hard drives instantly via USB 2.0 (MS2U+) or eSATA (MS2T+) interfaces; it is also equipped with two swappable 3.5-inch lockable hard drive trays that are also compatible with other Mobile series products.

The solution also offers a temperature-controlled cooling fan for quieter operations and supports the latest 1TB hard drive with up to 2TB in storage capacity for maximum usage.

The MS2U+ and MS2T+ feature stylish and lightweight aluminum housing, as well as cable-less back panel design. The units are available in both silver and black and include support for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.

"One of Sans Digital's primary goal is to lead the storage market with state-of-the-art technology," stated Grandy Chen, Sans Digital's President. "These newly improved additions to the MobileSTOR series is guaranteed to provide unparallel performance and value to meet the most intensive data storage demands."

Both models are available for $110 (case-only) with included storage options available for an additional $190 (2x250GB), $300 (2x500GB), $600 (2x750GB), and $910 (2x1TB).




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