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Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Pocketec USB 2.0 Portable Hard Drive 80 GIG

ThinkGeek Computing
Oh, Blissful Portability...

The pocket-sized Pockey 2.0 offers up to 80GB of storage capacity, fast transfer rates, and ultra-portability, measuring just 5" x 3" x .5". Transferring large amounts of data is a snap with the USB 2.0 interface which offers transfer rates up to 480 Mbps – 40 times faster than USB 1.1 speed!

Best of all, the ultra-portable Pockey does not require any additional power source because all necessary power is drawn through the USB cable. You can take it Anywhere! The Pockey is compatible with laptops and desktops, PC/Mac/Linux, so cross-platform file sharing is a breeze. Plug-N-Play, hot-swappable, and hot-pluggable features make the Pockey convenient and easy to use.

Pocketec Pockey USB 2.0 Portable HD

USB 2.0 Certified with transfer rate up to 480 Mbps (40x faster than USB 1.1)
Backwards compatible with USB 1.1
No additional power source required (no batteries or AC adapter required)
Tiny footprint offers maximum portability
Massive storage capacity
Stackable (multiple Pockeys can be attached to your computer)
Cross-platform compatible (PC, MAC, and Linux)
Plug-N-Play operation
DOS Level Support makes the Pockey a powerful tool for even the most demanding IT manager
Access Time: 12ms
Transfer Rate: up to 16 MB/s
MTBF: 300,000 power on hours
Shock: 150 G 2mS (operating), 700 G 2mS, 120G 11mS (non-operating)
Weight: 5.5 ounces
Requires Microsoft Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me/XP, Macintosh OS 8.6+, or Linux Kernel 2.4+, available USB Port (To achieve USB 2.0 speeds, your computer must be USB 2.0 enabled), CD-ROM Drive for driver installation or internet connection for driver installation download
Includes Drive, USB Connection Cable, User's Manual, CD-ROM installation disk, Slim line carrying case
Dimensions: 5" x 3" x .5"
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year


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