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Thermaltake announces Max4 2.5-inch eSATA and USB combo
Press release, May 3; Eric Mah, DIGITIMES [Thursday 3 May 2007]

Thermaltake recently announced its Max4 2.5-inch eSATA and USB 2.0 interface external enclosure.

The Max4 2.5-inch eSATA and USB 2.0 enclosure fully complies with the eSATA standard capable of delivering up to 3Gb/s of bandwidth for ultra-fast data transfer. Included is a reinforced eSATA cable to further strengthen the unit's ability to guard against EMI (electromagnetic interference) and ESD (electrostatic discharge), noted Thermaltake.

A brushed aluminum body improves thermal dissipation efficiency without the need for additional fans, Thermaltake highlighted, while a proprietary hard drive install and removal mechanism makes it user friendly.

The Max4 2.5-inch eSATA and USB 2.0 enclosure weighs 118g and its compact design allows users to carry it anywhere with ease. An AC Adapter, USB cable, eSATA cable and eSATA PCI adapter bracket all come standard.

The Thermaltake Max4 2.5-inch eSATA & USB combo

The Thermaltake Max4 2.5-inch eSATA and USB2.0 interface external enclosure
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