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Old 11-10-2008
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eSATA Piggybacks on a USB SSD Stick



This unique 32GB SSD brings together both eSATA and USB connectivity, making this one-of-a-kind where performance and universal compatibility are concerned. This dual-interfaced drive is capable of drawing juice from an eSATA port despite functioning as a USB flash drive. Apparently AO-Lab (the company behind this device) has touted top data transfer speeds (theoretical) of 75MB/s and 25MB/s for read and write capability, respectively. As for USB, you get pretty decent 24MB/s read and 16MB/s write readouts.

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