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Spire Introduces Spectrum II Portable and Handy Backup Device

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  1. btarunr

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    Spire, manufacturer of pc components and world famous for its quality and affordable thermal products today officially announced the Spectrum II. This upgraded version is a great little back-up tool to transfer and back up your valuable data from any IDE/SATA Hard Drive at speeds of up to 480 Mbps. At home, in the office or on the go, simply plug and play and secure your data by utilizing the one touch backup (OTB:eek:ptional) on the Spire Spectrum II.

    The Spectrum II supports any 2.5” / 3.5” and 5.25” IDE/SATA Hard drive or other applicable device with the support for both PC and MAC Desktops or notebooks. If you want the most versatile back-up device on the market, choose Spectrum II. Don’t settle for 1-year warranty as offered by others. Trust the brand with the industry experience and 3-year warranty, Spire – Powered by Innovation.

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    Main Features:
    • Lightweight, small and portable
    • Compatible with Windows; 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista and Mac OS 8.6, OS X
    • Supports IDE/CD/DVD/CD/RW/DVD-RW
    • Capacity up to 1TB HDD drives
    • Transfer speed up to 480Mbit/Sec

    Product Includes HDD Backup device, Owners manual, Installation CD. The Spectrum II is compatible with the newest Hard Disc Drives on the market today such as 1TB SATA. It is available starting now.
     
  2. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    This is fine,but try transfering 10gb of stuff over usb,and see how long it takes.Usb is fine for usb sticks but not for large hdd's,the transfer speed is too slow for large hdd's.
     

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