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Today, Addonics Technologies released a pair of compact, removable disk arrays. The 2.5- and 3.5-inch Snap-In Disk Arrays accommodate up to four 2.5-inch HHDs/SSDs or five 3.5-inch HDDs in a 5.25-inch drive bay, respectively. Both the 2.5- and 3.5-inch arrays fit in a variety of storage chassis, including storage racks or your run of the mill (large) desktop computer. The 2.5-inch array includes power and drive access LEDs on each drive slot and a lock on each drive door. The 3.5-inch array offers the more compelling feature of being able to fit more drives than usual into a system or chassis.... Read more...
NAS adapters, or dongles that allow people to create their own Network and Cloud Storage networks, aren't totally new. But throwing USB 3.0 into the mix? That is! Addonics Technologies has done exactly that with their new 3rd-generation NAS adapter, which offers 30% faster performance, added support of NTFS and exFAT file systems, a WebDAV server, two drive volumes and a few others. The NAS 3.0 adapter enables creating a Network Attached Storage with capacity as large as 128PB and with features that rival many expensive NAS storage solutions. Any USB storage can be attached to the NAS 3.0 for sharing... Read more...
Addonics announced the External CipherChain, a hardware encryption product that can encrypt nearly any external storage device with an eSATA or SATA connection, including external RAID storage devices, SSDs, and flash media. With CipherChain, you’ll get added peace of mind knowing that if a drive is stolen, it will appear as a blank drive. The External CipherChain can also be used as a drive sanitization tool to erase all previous data from used hard or flash media. Addonics External CipherChain Allows PC and Mac Users to Encrypt Just About any External eSATA Storage Device SAN JOSE,... Read more...
Addonics is making it easier to duplicate flash media with its new Universal Flash Media Duplicator. The new Addonics duplicator supports 15 types of popular flash media and does not require a computer or complex software to operate. To duplicate flash cards, users simply insert the flash card to be copied into the "source" slot and any card of equal or greater capacity into the "destination" flash media slot and then press the start button. Depending on the type of media, copies are made at up to 133 MB/sec. Addonics Announces One-Touch Solution for Duplicating All Flash Media SAN JOSE, Calif.--Addonics... Read more...
How often have you wished that just about every PC peripheral you have could be placed on a network in order to be accessed from anywhere? Even if you've never considered it until now, doesn't it sounds like a particularly great idea? Addonics, a company known for pushing out unusual adapters that make lives all the better, has just issued a device that does just that: the NAU. Short for Network Attached USB Adapter, this device looks (and works) a bit like the PogoPlug. But the main draw here is its ability to add "any USB device onto a network." Any being the key word. Once the USB device is... Read more...
You know those hardware accessories that you never think about needing, but when you need them, you really need them? Addonics tends to make a lot of devices that fall into that category, and we're pretty certain their latest two devices fit that same bill. Today, the company has introduced new multi-Flash readers with a high-speed SATA interface, including a read-only model that is ideal for markets such as forensics.The Pocket eSATA/USB DigiDrive and the Internal SATA/USB DigiDrive are both available in a standard read/write and read-only model, with the first being a plug-and-play flash card... Read more...
Addonics Announces Hardware Port Multiplier – Lets You Connect Up To Five SATA Drives To Any SATA Port SAN JOSE, CA (September 14, 2009) -- Addonics Technologies (www.addonics.com) today announced a feature-rich hardware port multiplier, the 5-port HPM XA, which provides easy connections of up to five SATA drives to any SATA port. The new port multiplier will be particularly beneficial to those wanting to attach numerous hard drives to a desktop or server as an individual drive or as a RAID volume with redundancy. The HPM can also be used to connect five SATA optical drives, such as DVD-RRW or... Read more...
Addonics has added new portable optical drives to its line that feature a built-in eSATA and USB interface. The new Pocket Blu-ray/DVDRW and the Pocket DVD-RRW drive provide throughput up to 3Gbits/second when connected via an eSATA port. For convenience in connecting to practically any computer, a USB 2.0 port is also available. Additionally, the drive can be powered directly from most USB ports. The Pocket Blu-ray model starts at $235 while the Pocket DVD-RRW is available for as little as $99. Addonics Unveils Unique Portable Blu-ray and DVD/RRW Drives With Built-in eSATA and USB Interface Addonics... Read more...
We just caught wind of a couple of new iPod-related accessories from Addonics that we thought you'd all like to see.  The company has just announced two new products that can benefit iPod owners in a few ways.  The first product is a 1.8"ZIF to 2.5" IDE hard drive converter that gives users the ability to connect an iPod hard drive to virtually any PC, as long as it has an IDE port.  If you've got a dead iPod that's still loaded with files, this adapter will allow you to gain access to all of those files that would otherwise be lost.         ... Read more...
Addonics Announces Optical Solution that Bridges Blu Ray and HD DVD Formats -- Zebra Blu-ray / HD DVD Player Plays Both Formats and Burns DVD±R/RW and CDRW Media -- SAN JOSE, CA (December 13, 2007) – Addonics Technologies today announced its Zebra Blu-ray / HD DVD Player an optical storage solution that allows your PC to play Blu-ray and HD DVD movies from the same tray. The Zebra Blu-ray / HD DVD Player also plays standard DVDs and CDs in various file formats and burns DVD+/-RRW and CDRW media, which makes it one of the most flexible optical drives available. Users can turn their laptop or... Read more...