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RAIDON Launches 2Bay 3.5" USB 3.0 Storage Solution for Energy Conservation

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    RAIDON releases the latest USB3.0 storage module with energy saving mode, GR3630-SB3, to respond the current concept of environmental protection.

    RAIDON GR3630-SB3 is able to synchronize with PC to standby or sleeping mode for reaching energy saving concept. GR3630 accommodates 2 of 3.5" HDD over 3 TB each and collocates with USB3.0 host interface to deliver excitement to users from experiencing a conspicuous increment in performance. In addition, it embedded eSATA interfaces for data transfer options to eliminate possible USB upgrade hassles for users.

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    GR3630-SB3 provides both RAID 1 (mirroring) and RAID 0 (stripping) modes and could be configured from the front panel of LCD; RAID 1 gives users an instant backup as HDD to HDD data replication during access, helps to prevent data loss caused by unexpectedly HDD failures. And, RAID 0 gives the exact individual capacity corresponding to each installed HDD for a larger capacity option.

    RAIDON GR3630-SB3 is equipped with 6cm ball bearing fan along with aluminum casing design, giving excellent heat dissipation to maintain a lower operating temperature during operation, it is perfectly suitable for a long period of workflow station.

    For more information please refer to RAIDON’s website: http://www.raidon.com.tw/content.php?sno=0000463&p_id=169
     
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    Did they really have to show a BARE drive platter inside the enclosure? I doubt it would work for very long.
     

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