NewerTech Voyager

04Dec08
NewerTech Voyager
NewerTech Voyager

NewerTech Voyager

“Quad Interface” FireWire® 800/400/USB 2.0/eSATA
SATA I/II Hard Drive Docking Solution

Whether
you’re on a data recovery mission or just want to check the contents of
an older swapped out hard drive, NewerTech Voyager is the easiest, most
convenient way to access data from any Serial ATA (SATA) hard drive.

Just insert any standard 2.5″ or 3.5″ SATA
I/II hard drive with up to 2.0TB capacity into the compact docking base
and select one of the four interfaces supported by your Mac® or PC for
the fastest data transfer performance. Then, start reading and/or
writing data to the docked hard drive. There’s nothing else to install
or configure!

 

Saves Time & Money
With its Plug and Play design, the
NewerTech Voyager
saves you the time of installing a hard drive into a computer or the
cost of an external enclosure. Now you can think of bare SATA drives
with the same convenience and instant access benefits as flash memory
cards…but with huge gains in storage capacity!

Hot-Swap Ready
Have multiple hard drives you need to access? No problem, NewerTech Voyager’s
unique design makes hot-swapping SATA hard drives a breeze*. And the
eject push button safely disconnects either size drive for quick and
effortless removal.

Ideal Solution For Photographers & Videographers

Instead of needing multiple enclosures and power supplies for every archived hard drive, NewerTech Voyager
makes accessing your valuable hard data a breeze. Just slide in your
hard drive, find the desired image or clip, and then return the hard
drive to your storage safe.

Truly Plug and Play
With all supported interface connector cables included, an
auto-switching power supply for worldwide compatibility, and flexible
operating system compatibility, the NewerTech Voyager can travel your data universe with ease.

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